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59) This pattern was vividly illustrated by a cartoon in Bednota, the party newspaper for peasant activists: Under the headline 'Each in His Own Way', the capitalist world is depicted bound by the chains of the League of Nations in Paris and weighted down with a sack of money inside which, the social-democrats of Bern hold their discussions within capital's firm grip, in the most literal way possible.
In mid-1921, party publicist Viacheslav Karpinski i published a detailed editorial in Bednota that was specifically written to convince peasants of the Comintern's importance.
See, for example, 'Kommunisticheskii Internatsional--krasnyi soiuz trudiashchikhsia dlia sverzheniia vlasti burzhuev, in Bednota, 17 June 1921.
For the Fourth World Congress, see, for example, Bednota, 7, 8, 10, 12, 15, 16 November and 8 December 1922.
143, excerpts from the newspaper Donskaia bednota (10 March); Biulleten' KID, 9 January 1922 (reprint from Golos Rossii entitled "V stane kontrrevoliutsii").
The journalistic initial effort came with the Central Committee's creation of Bednota ("The Poor"), whose first issue emerged on March 27, 1918.
8) Unable to actually penetrate the village--the total press run for Bednota in April 1923 was only 149,000 copies--the party thus determined to create local peasant journalistic/political agen ts writing letters and brief articles who would establish the necessary contact with the villages and set the boundaries of discourse.
13) Also in February the First All-Union Conference of Sel'kory for bednota convened, with Kalinin delivering the keynote address, "On the Tasks of Village Correspondents.
16) One sel'kor from Voronezh province, speaking at the March (1925) All-Union Congress of Sel'kory from Bednota and Krest'ianskaia gazeta, revealed more than he intended when he commented that "The masses yesterday still looked upon the sel'kor as something foreign to them, [but] today they already understand that the sel'kor is their friend and defender.