ABSTRACT

There are two aspects to the theme of Bukharin and the revolutionary workers’ movement in Scandinavia: the more important one, which has already been studied quite intensively, is Bukharin’s participation in and importance to the movement; the other aspect, completely untouched to date, is the influence that the Scandinavian experience had on the political and economic writings of Bukharin. This concerns the mutual influence of Russian and Scandinavian Social Democrats and Communists and the workers’ movement before and after the Great Revolution in Russia in 1917.