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Цитата из книги Гейфман:

В то время как в 1903 году из 136-миллионного населения России только 7 миллионов были евреи, среди членов революционных партий евреи составляли почти 50%, что сильно отличалось от ситуации в 1870-х годах, когда состав национальных меньшинств среди радикалов находился в более близкой пропорции к национальному составу населения в целом(116)

[Гейфман А. Революционный террор в России, 1894-1917. Пер. с англ. М. 1997. С. 47]

Цитата подлинная, книга есть онлайн в самых разных видах, включая djvu.

Ссылка 116 (первая глава):

Naimark, «Terrorism and the Fall of Imperial Russia», 4; Leonard Schapiro, Russian Studies (Нью-Йорк, 1988), 266.

Наймарк - это книга http://www.amazon.com/Terrorism-imperial-Russia-Norman-Naimark/dp/B00072QQJK , позже вышедшая в виде статьи в журнале:
Naimark, Norman. “Terrorism and the Fall of Imperial Russia.” Terrorism and Political Violence 2, no. 2 (1990), 174
(цитируется по статье Будницкого - http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13501670802450954)

Линк на статью Наймарка - http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09546559008427060

Кроме того, вошла в сборник "Terrorism: Critical Concepts in Political Science: Volume 1" (http://books.google.com/books?id=rjSjAUcH0vsC)
http://www.amazon.com/Terrorism-Critical-Concepts-Political-Science/dp/0415316510
Похоже, нужна именно страница 281, которую гугль не дает.

О Гейфман
http://bbb.livejournal.com/1833051.html
http://svetozarchernov.livejournal.com/77552.html
http://svetozarchernov.livejournal.com/77788.html

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Итак, в статье Наймарка написано:

As the terrorist movement expanded in size, its social and national composition also became more diverse. The initial group in the 1860s consisted predominantly of Russian male students, usually from the nobility, but also from upwardly mobile middle estate groups. By the late 1870s, the movement included more women (eight to ten per cent), more non-Russians (most notably Jews, Poles, and Ukrainians), and more lower-class elements (chiefly workers). By the turn of the century, the most noticeable shift concerns the number of Jews involved in Russian radical circles: by 1900, Jews accounted for almost 30 per cent of those arrested for political crimes. The SR party was about 15 per cent Jewish; some Maximalist and anarchist terrorist groups were almost completely Jewish. Noteworthy too was the significance of women who, for example, composed nearly a third of the SR terrorist unit, the 'Battle Organization'. Only 11 per cent of the women directly engaged in terrorism; workers committed some 70 per cent of the SR's terrorist
acts.[5]

И сноска [5]:

5. See Daniel R. Brower, 'Fathers, Sons, and Grandfathers: Social Origins of Radical Intellectuals in Nineteenth-Century Russia', Journal of Social History, Vol. 2, No. 4 (1969), 332-55; Amy Knight, 'Female Terrorists in the Russian Socialist Revolutionary Party', The Russian Review, Vol. 38, No. 2 (1979), 139-59; and Andreas Kappeler, 'Zur Charakteristik russischen Terroristen (1878-1887)', Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas, No. 27 (1979), 522-47. See also the date in Anna Geifman, 'The Kadets and Terrorism, 1905-1907', Jahrbucher fur Geschichte Osteuropas, No. 36 (1988), 250.

Интересна сноска [21]: Cited in Jonathan Frankel, Prophecy and Politics: Socialism, Nationalism and the Russian Jews, 1862-1917 (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1981), p. 140. Zeev Ivianskii claims that conversion to Russian orthodoxy is significant in the development of Jewish terrorists: 'Fathers and Sons: A Study of Jewish Involvement in the Revolutionary Movement and Terrorism in Tsarist Russia', Terrorism and Political Violence, Vol. 1, No. 2 (April 1989).
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