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The railways were operated for the first months by the railway trade union, independently of the Soviet government; the union was not Bolshevik-controlled, and decided to run the railways as the railwaymen thought fit. It was only after some delicate negotiations, plus some outright chicanery and finally the threat of direct violence (March 1918), that the railways were finally placed under the Soviet regime's authority, with workers' control ended. 4 Of course, workers' control was only one of many causes of this.

This was an important reason for the failure of the Provisional government to enact any swift land reform measures, even though they were perfectly well aware of the danger of not doing so. A second reason for delay was the appalling complexity of any such land reform measures. The majority of the government wished them 'to be properly prepared and carried out in an orderly manner, and there was by no means any agreement about the question of compensation for the landlords or the principles of reapportionment (see below).

But the reasons that rendered this inevitable were confined to Western Europe. In the West 'one kind of private property is turned into another kind of private property. ' He went on to state that his analysis did not give any grounds or arguments either for or against the Russian communal form. 5 The Ideas of the Bolsheviks and Mensheviks 27 This reply proved so embarrassing to Russian Marxists of all hues that it was not published until 1924. In fact they were distinguished from the non-Marxist populists, and from the later Socialist Revolutionary party, precisely by their belief that capitalist development in Russia had become decisively established and that the kind of short cut via peasant socialism implied by Marx's letter was impracticable.

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