When people are crying out for help, maybe don't murder them in the streets. Sponsor: audible.com/revolutions
The Russian Revolution of 1905 actually began in 1904. Sponsor: harrys.com/revolutions
What happens when you think victory will be easy, defeat will be catastrophic...and then you start to lose?
When you can't decide whether to cultivate the revolutionary potential of the peasants or assassinate government officials, the SRs say: why not both?
When you have a majority, flaunt it.
To build a fire one first needs a spark.
Is the end nigh? Not really. But it will be soon!
As factional disputes arose, radical Russians attempt to forge larger alliances. sponsor: casper.com/revolutions
In the 1890s Russia expanded its influence in the far east, which put them on a collision course with Japan. Sponsor: Harrys.com/revolutions
Someone was having senseless dreams alright.
Relationship Status: Lenin, Plekhanov, and Martov are all on the same side. This won't always be the case. Sponsor: casper.com/revolutions
Why propagandize when you can agitate? Sponsor: harrys.com/revolutions
The great Marxist meet cute. Sponsor: audible.com/revolutions
Narodism didn't die after 1881. It just went into hibernation. sponsor: awaytravel.com/revolutions20
If it's not radical and it's not reactionary, it must be liberal. sponsor: harrys.com/revolutions.
When Nicky met Alix... Link to the Pax Britannica Interview Link to the Eastern Border Interview Sponsor: audible.com/revolutuions
If your nascent bourgeoisie isn't big enough or rich enough to industrialize your Empire, just call Sergei Witte. He'll know what to do.
Everyone know Marxism isn't applicable to Russia. What my theory presupposes is...what if it did? sponsor: harrys.com/revolutions
Time to start mixing the baking soda and vinegar.
Kids today have no respect. Sponsor: casper.com/revolutions
After the disaster of the Crimean War, it was time for an era of Great Reform. Sponsor: audible.com/revolutions
Really missed a chance to call this episode "The Three Pillars of Russian Absolutism. Come hang out with us at soundeducation.fm
In December 1825, the Decembrists became the Decembrists. Sponsor: casper.com
This week, it's nothing less than The Divine Savior vs. The Antichrist
Peter the Great and Catherine the Great made the Russian Empire great.
Two Romes have fallen. The third stands. And there will be no fourth. No one shall replace your Christian Tsardom!
In 1872, the First International fractured into rival camps led by Marx and Bakunin.
Wherein we revisit the Paris Commune.
All Mikhail Bakunin wanted was a world without bosses. Sponsor: audible.com/revolutions
Mikhail Bakunin circumnavigated the globe and came back convinced that coercive authority was the pits. Direct Link: 10.5- The Adventures of Mikhail Bakunin Sponsor: casper.com/revolutions
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According to Lenin, Karl Marx was, "the genius who continued and consummated the three main ideological currents of the 19th century, as represented by the three most advanced countries of mankind: classical German philosophy, classical English political economy, and French socialism combined with French revolutionary doctrines in general.” Come see us in NY: Intelligent Speech Conference.
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels dreamed of revolution. But what happens when the revolution comes and then goes? Sponsor: audible.com/revolutions Recommendation: The Once and Future King
In 1864, a group of working men formed an international association called The International Working Men's Association.
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The winds have now swept Mexico. To what end? I'll be in Copenhagen: CPH:DOX March 26
It's time to bring the Mexican Revolution to a close Sponsor: audible.com/revolutions
In 1918 and 1919, it was hard to tell whether the Mexican Revolution was heating up or cooling down. Sponsor: harrys.com/revolutions
In 1917, Villa said he would fight on until Carranza was swinging from a tree. Sponsor: https://molekule.com/
In 1917 Mexico got a new constitution. sponsor: audible.com/revolutions.
In March 1916, the United States invaded Mexico. Again. Dome and Bedlam: Ep. 27 Mike Duncan Unscripted Baseball Content Sponsor Link: away.com/revolutions20
In November, 1915 Pancho Villa declared death to the gringos. Sponsor link: audible.com/revolutions
Wherein Pancho Villa is infected with a fatal case of hubris. Sponsor: harrys.com/revolutions
In October 1914 the Aguascalientes Convention met to decide the future of Mexico. Sponsor: Care/Of
In the summer of 1914, the armies of Obregón, Villa, and Zapata drove Huerta into exile.
In April 1914 the United States invaded Mexico. Get 30% off The Storm Before the Storm: Use 30ROME at Checkout Sponsor Link: audible.com/revolutions
Was Pancho Villa an Avenging Angel, Robin Hood, or King of the Bandits? Yes.
Let us begin Phase II of the Mexican Revolution... Sponsor: harrys.com/revolutions
Actually it was more like 13, but who's counting.
After becoming President, Madero decided to alienate his old friends.
After being elected President of Mexico, Francisco Madero enjoyed no peace.
In the summer of 1911, Francisco Madero was not quite President. And that was a bit of a problem. sponsor: audible.com/revolutions
How Porfirian politics helped destroy the Porfiriato
Sulla died believing he had saved the Roman Republic. Boy was he ever wrong. Can you do any better? Can You Save The Roman Republic? Check out the book: thestormbeforethestorm.com
In the spring of 1911, Francisco Madero unleashed the tiger. Let's see if he can control it. Choose Your Own Adventure Game: Can You Save The Republic? Tour Dates! Oct 15 -- Toronto -- Ben McNally’s Oct 16 -- NYC -- The Strand Oct 17 -- Nashville -- Parnassus Books Oct 18 -- Atlanta -- The Carter Library (hosted by A Capella Books)
Francisco Madero had a plan, but it didn't really work. Choose Your Own Adventure Game: Can You Save The Republic? Tour Dates! Oct 15 -- Toronto -- Ben McNally’s Oct 16 -- NYC -- The Strand Oct 17 -- Nashville -- Parnassus Books Oct 18 -- Atlanta -- The Carter Library (hosted by A Capella Books) Come! It's fun! Sponsor: Casper.com/revolutions
Welcome to Morelos. I'd like to introduce you to your host, Emiliano Zapata. Sponsor: HelloFresh.com/revolutions60 Tour Dates! Oct 15 -- Toronto -- Ben McNally’s Oct 16 -- NYC -- The Strand Oct 17 -- Nashville -- Parnassus Books Oct 18 -- Atlanta -- The Carter Library (hosted by A Capella Books) Come! It's fun!
After Porfirio Diaz said he welcomed a democratic opposition, many foolishly took him at his word. Tour Dates! Oct 15 -- Toronto -- Ben McNally’s Oct 16 -- NYC -- The Strand Oct 17 -- Nashville -- Parnassus Books Oct 18 -- Atlanta -- The Carter Library (hosted by A Capella Books) Come! It's fun! Sponsor: harrys.com/revolutions
Just as Mexico was being kicked around by an economic crisis, Porfirio Diaz dropped a political bombshell. Sponsor: casper.com/revolutions
Porfirio Diaz ruled Mexico for so long they named a whole section of Mexican history after him. Sponsor: harrys.com/revolutions
In the years after independence, Mexico was a bit unstable. Sponsor: Audible.com/revolutions.
In 1810, Father Hidalgo let forth the Cry of Dolores.
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The last week of May 1871 was indeed a very bloody week. Sponsor link: Audible.com/revolutions
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The Paris Commune was formally inaugurated on March 28, 1871. Unfortunately no one could agree on what that meant.
On March 18, 1871 the government of Adolphe Thiers attempted to seize control of the National Guard's cannons. It didn't go well. Fundraiser! revolutionspodcastfundraiser.com
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In September 1870, everyone in Paris prepared for a siege. Some of them also prepared for revolution. Remember: revolutionspodcastfundraiser.com
Napoleon III hoped a war with Prussia would save his Empire. Instead it destroyed his Empire. Remember: revolutionspodcastfundraiser.com Hardball Times Article: Shohei Ohtani, The Bambino, and Bullet Joe This Week In Baseball History: Episode 47 - Leon Day Plays Two Ways
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The bitter end of the Revolutions of 1848 arrived in the summer of 1849. Visit Audible! audible.com/revolutions Recs: The Storm Before the Storm (duh) and 30 Greatest Orchestral Workd
As the walls close in on the Revolutions of 1848, the final loose ends will be ground up by millstones, but still stamp the future with fertile soil to grow new liberty trees.
Wherein the King of Prussia is offered a dog's collar.
In Dec 1848, the Austrian Empire got a new Emperor.
In Dec 1848, Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte was elected president of France.
In November 1848, the Pope took flight.
After the Emperor declared war on Hungary, Vienna launched an uprising in October 1848.
The Frankfurt Parliament is the symbol of the liberal German Revolution of 1848. That's not a compliment.
In the summer of 1848, the forces of counter-revolution began to get the upper hand in central Europe.
On March 23, 1848 the Kingdom of Piedmont declared war on Austria.