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УДК 94:[332.2.01:338.43.02](477)(045)

DOI: 10.31651/2413-8142-2021-26-Kornovenko

                                                                                                                                                    С. В. Корновенко

доктор історичних наук, професор кафедри інтелектуальної власності та цивільно-правових дисциплін, Черкаський національний університет імені Богдана Хмельницького, м. Черкаси, Україна





Бібліографічний опис для цитування: Корновенко С. В. Особливості застосування революційного аграристського досвіду в сучасній Україні. Український селянин. 2021. Вип. 25. С. doi: 10.31651/2413-8142-2021-26-Kornovenko


                                                                                    В СУЧАСНІЙ УКРАЇНІ

Анотація. Розкрито зміст аграризму як селяноцентричного феномену Української революції 1917 1921 рр. З’ясовано передумови його формування. Висвітлено основні ідеологеми українського аграризму. Запропоновано напрями застосування аграристської ідеології у реалізації новітніх аграрних перетворень в Україні. Мета – враховуючи досвід аграристських перетворень Української революції 1917 – 1921 рр., запропонувати можливу ідеологічну модель новітніх аграрних перетворень, що має стосуватися селянина-власника з оптимальною кількістю землеволодіння/землекористування для рентабельного високотехнологічного користування. Висновки. Засадничі принципи українського аграризму періоду Української революції 1917 – 1921 рр. цілком придатні для сучасної аграрної політики. Їх реалізація у ХХІ ст. сприятиме внутрішній суб’єктивності України, становленню високотехнологічного національного сільгоспвиробника.

Ключові слова: аграризм, український аграризм, селянська революція, Українська революція, селянство.

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Подяка. Автори статті щиро вдячні всім учасникам редакційної колегії за поради, надані під час дослідження та написання статті.

Фінансування. Стаття містить результати досліджень, проведених за грантом Національного фонду досліджень України «Аграризм: селяноцентричний феномен Української революції 1917 – 1921 рр.» (реєстраційний номер 2020.02/0120).

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                                                                                                                                                  Serhii V. Kornovenko

PhD hab. (History), Professor, Department of Intellectual Property and Civil Law Disciplines, Bohdan Khmelnytsky National University of Cherkasy,  Cherkasy, Ukraine




 Bibliographic Description of the Article: Kornovenko, S. (2021). Pecularities of Application of Revolutionary Agrarianist Experience in Contemporary Ukraine. Ukrainskyi Selianyn. [Ukrainian peasant], 26, 127–134. (In Ukrainan). doi: 10.31651/2413-8142-2021-26-Kornovenko


                                                                   IN CONTEMPORARY UKRAINE

 Abstract. Introduction. The experience of the events of the Ukrainian Revolution of 1917-1921 is especially relevant for modern Ukraine. Modern geopolitical transformations, radical changes in the domestic political life of Ukraine, ambitious plans of the government are a chance for our state to restore its full-fledged subjectivity in the international arena, in the domestic life of the country. An effective mechanism of external and internal subjectivization of Ukraine, given the longevity of agricultural culture (in a broad sense), can be agrarian policy, its effective implementation. This implies not only a clear understanding on the part of the state of the essence of agrarian policy, its purpose, stages and mechanisms of implementation.

The author of the article aims, taking into account the experience of agrarianist transformations of the Ukrainian Revolution of 1917-1921, to propose a possible ideological model of the latest agrarian transformations, which should concern the peasant-owner with the optimal amount of land tenure/land use for profitable high-tech use.

Results. The basic ideology of agrarianist by its content agrarian policy is the creation and effective functioning of the State Land Bank. At one time, such an institution was the bank "Ukraine". Its main functions were:

1) valuation of land to be sold;

2) distribution of lands that will be transferred to the bank's land fund;

3) determination of the maximum and minimum sizes of plots that peasants can buy from a bank, etc.

Conclusion. Thus, the basic principles of Ukrainian agrarianism of the period of the Ukrainian revolution of 1917 - 1921 are quite suitable for modern agrarian policy. Their implementation in the 21st century will contribute to the internal subjectivity of Ukraine, the formation of a high-tech national agricultural producer.

Key words: agrarianism, Ukrainian agrarianism, peasant revolution, Ukrainian revolution, peasantry.

                                                                                                                                                      Received 25.06.2020

                                                                                                                                                     Accepted 15.11.2021