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Essays on Russian liberalism / edited, with an introduction by Charles E. Timberlake.

; Bi-State Slavic Conference (8th : 1969 : Columbia, Mo.)
[Columbia] : University of Missouri Press, 1972.
ISBN 0826201202, 9780826201201

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Other Authors Timberlake, Charles E.,
Bi-State Slavic Conference (8th : 1969 : Columbia, Mo.)
Subjects Finlande. Question avant 1914.
Liberalism -- Russia.
Politics and government
Russia -- Politics and government -- 1801-1917.
URSS. Biographies RodicŐĆev.
URSS. Biographies. Petrunkevich.
URSS. Biographies. Struve.
URSS. Opposition avant 1917.
URSS. Partis. K.D.
Description xii, 192 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1972.
Notes A collection of papers, here revised, which were first presented at the 8th annual Bi-State Slavic Conference at Columbia, Mo., Nov. 1969.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 182-186).
Contents Introduction : The concept of liberalism in Russia / Charles E. Timberlake -- Ivan Il'ich Petrunkevick : Russian liberalism in microcosm / Charles E. Timberlake -- The political faith of Fedor Rodichev / Kermit E. McKenzie -- Peter B. Struve : the sources of his liberal Russian nationalism / Richard Pipes -- V.A. Maklakov and the Westernizer tradition in Russia / David A. Davies -- Relations between the Finnish resistance movement and the Russian liberals, 1899-1904 / William R. Copeland -- The Kadets and the Duma, 1905-1917 / Judith E. Zimmerman -- Kadets and the politics of ambivalence, 1905-1917 / William G. Rosenberg -- The prospects of liberal democracy in Tsarist Russia / Theodore H. Von Laue.
Geographic Area Soviet Union
Network Numbers (OCoLC)424120
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