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Ukrainian Evangelicals and Russian Jews in Russian Revolutionary Politics

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The spread of the radical evangelical movement in the Ukrainian countryside by the 1880s coincided with the activities of the Jewish revolutionary intellectuals, who tried to exploit the anti-state feelings of persecuted dissenters.

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Abstract: The spread of the radical evangelical movement in the Ukrainian countryside by the 1880s coincided with the activities of the Jewish revolutionary intellectuals, who tried to exploit the anti-state feelings of persecuted dissenters.

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1 Sergei Zhuk (Ball State University) The Ukrainian Stundists and Russian Jews: A Collaboration of Evangelical Peasants with Jewish Intellectuals in Late Imperial Russia1 The spread of the radical evangelical movement in southern Russia and Ukraine by the 1880s coincided with the activities of revolutionary intellectuals who tried to exploit the anti- state feelings of persecuted evangelicals. Some of these revolutionaries were Jews. Because of anti–Semitic pogroms after the assassination of Alexander II in 1881 in the southern Russian
oblicheniyu (Odessa 1893) 17 22 198; Compare with other publications: "Kommunisticheskaya propaganda v Rossii " Moskovskie vedomosti 1890 No. 106 2; "Sotsialisticheskaya propaganda shtundizma " ibid. 1890 No. 183 2; "Stunda i eya protivogosudarstvennyi kharakter " Russkoe slovo 1895 No. 107 1-2. 26 New Testament Jews that of friendship and mutual assistance. Educated Jewish intellectuals tried to help the Russian and Ukrainian peasants in their search for better life and social justice. Evangelical religion and the revolutionary movement created


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