Portrait of a Russian province : economy, society, and civilization in nineteenth-century Nizhnii Novgorod /
Several stark premises have long prevailed in our approach to Russian history. It was commonly assumed that Russia had always labored under a highly centralized and autocratic imperial state. The responsibility for this lamentable state of affairs was ultimately assigned to the profoundly agrarian c...
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania :
University of Pittsburgh Press,
|Series:||Series in Russian and East European studies.
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