By Paul Avrich, Sam Dolgoff, Mikhail Bakunin
Finished assortment in English from the works fo the founding father of anarchism--culled and newly translated from Bakunin's writings, released and unpublished--including manuscripts left unfinished or unrevised on the time of his demise virtually a century in the past.
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51. Sally Ewing, “The Science and Politics of Soviet Insurance Medicine,” in Solomon and Hutchinson, Health and Society in Revolutionary Russia, 69–96. 52. Vsesoiuznaia perepis' naseleniia 17 dekabria 1926 goda. Kratkie svodki (Moscow, 1927–29), vol. 34, table 1, 2–3; Vsesoiuznaia perepis' naseleniia 1937 g. Kratkie itogi (Moscow, 1991), 116, 121; Vsesoiuznaia perepis' naseleniia 1939 goda. Osnovnye itogi (Moscow, 1992). 53 Health and trade union organizations failed to achieve these ambitious quotas.
25 26 Chapter 1 the southern and western shores; other hotels and resorts belonged to various state or economic agencies, and these existed side by side with private enterprises such as the Hotel Dragonigo in Sevastopol' and ﬁfty-ﬁve private pansions in Yalta. Sevastopol' and Yalta served as centers of sightseeing and excursions. Patients and vacationers alike could journey from here to visit the Crimean War battleﬁelds at Balaklava or the Crimean khan’s palace at Bakhchisarai. During the course of the ﬁrst ﬁve-year plan from 1928 to 1932, all remaining private accommodations were nationalized and attached to existing sanatoria or converted to state-run pansions and rest homes.
22. Gol'dfail' and Iakhnin, Kurorty, sanatorii i doma otdykha, 11. 23. GARF, f. 9493, op. 1, d. 8 (report on Caucasus Mineral Waters resorts), ll. 50–51, 117–118, 190. 1 Beds and resident patients in Soviet sanatoria, 1920–1927 Year Number of beds Number of resident patients Number of outpatients Total patients 1918 — 8,200 1919 — 4,992 1920 — 1921 29,096 38,883 6,569 45,402 57,687 17,838 75,525 1922 13,721 32,731 9,002 41,733 1923 22,714 56,252 37,762 94,104 1924 23,045 72,446 59,374 131,820 1925 26,460 91,338 70,481 161,819 1926 28,809 93,341 79,832 173,173 1927 23,370 93,600 96,019 189,619 Source: Gol'dfail' and Iakhnin, Kurorty, sanatorii i doma otdykha, 14.