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Bread and JusticeState and Society in Petrograd 1917-1922$
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Mary McAuley

Print publication date: 1991

Print ISBN-13: 9780198219828

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198219828.001.0001

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Management and Unions

Management and Unions

(p.208) 11 Management and Unions
Bread and Justice

Mary McAuley

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Partly as a consequence of differing conceptions, partly for historic and institutional reasons, the attempt to create a socialist industry produced institutional rivals. This chapter begins by describing the main actors, as they emerged in the early months after October. The two key contenders for the role of industrial administrators, at that time, were the unions and the factory committees. The latter had developed from within the union movement in 1917 but largely independent of it: they had their own Central Factory-Committee Council, housed in the same building as the Trade Union Council, but quite separate from it. Although both Councils had Bolshevik majorities by the autumn, they did not share a common strategy on the organization of industry.

Keywords:   socialist industry, institutional rivals, industrial organization, management strategy, institutional rivals, Central Factory-Committee Council

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