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The Politics of rural Russia, 1905-1914 / edited by Leopold H. Haimson.


Bloomington : Indiana University Press, [1979] .
ISBN 0253113458, 9780253113450

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Other Authors Haimson, Leopold H.
Subjects Aufsatzsammlung.
Landbevölkerung.
Paysannerie -- Russie.
Peasants -- Russia.
Peasants.
Politics and government
Russia -- Politics and government -- 1904-1914.
Russia -- Rural conditions.
Russia.
Russie -- Politique et gouvernement -- 1904-1914.
Russland.
Series Studies of the Russian Institute.
Description x, 309 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1979]
©1979
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction : The Russian landed nobility and the System of the Third of June / Leopold H. Haimson -- Zemstvo and revolution : the onset of the gentry reaction, 1905-1907 / Roberta Thompson Manning -- The Octobrists and the gentry, 1905-1907 : leaders and followers? / Michael C. Brainerd -- The election to the Third Duma : the roots of the Nationalist Party / Robert Edelman -- The landed nobility, the State Council, and P.A. Stolypin (1907-11) / Alexandra Shecket Korros -- What was the United Nobility? / Geoffrey A. Hosking and Roberta Thompson Manning -- The crisis of the Third of June System and political trends in the Zemstvos, 1907-14 / Ruth Delia MacNaughton and Roberta Thompson Manning -- The Russian peasantry and the elections to the Fourth State Duma / Eugene D. Vinogradoff -- Conclusion : Observations on the politics of the Russian countryside (1905-14) / Leopold H. Haimson.
Geographic Area Soviet Union
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4135802
(OCoLC)ocm04135802
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