Imperial Russia after 1861 : peaceful modernization or revolution? / edited with an introduction by Arthur E. Adams.

Boston : D.C. Heath, [1965] .

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Subjects Russia -- History -- 1801-1917.
Russia -- History -- Nicholas II, 1894-1917.
Russie -- Histoire -- 1801-1917.
Russie -- Histoire -- 1894-1917 (Nicolas II)
Series Problems in European civilization.
Description xvi, 108 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1965]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 105-108).
Contents The populists' moral condemnation of Russia's political and social systems / Isaiah Berlin -- Lenin: proletarian revolution has to be made inevitable / Alfred G. Meyer -- Before 1905: oscillation between "small deeds" and "senseless dreams" / George Fischer -- After 1905: revolution or cooperation with government? / Michael Karpovich -- Pobedonostsev: preserve the autocratic system and its institutions / Arthur E. Adams -- Save Russia by rapid and forceful industrialization / Sergei Witte -- Stolypin: to save the Crown suppress revolutionaries and create individual peasant landowners / Leonid I. Strakhovsky -- The agrarian situation was improving / Lazar Volin -- Industrial progress was improving the economic system / Alexander Gershenkron -- Modernization was making revolution more remote / Michael Karpovich -- No political alternative to autocracy had adequate support / C.E. Black -- Nicholas II was a bulwark against reform / Donald W. Treadgold.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Soviet Union
Network Numbers (OCoLC)519567
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Adams, Arthur E.
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