Michael Speransky, Statesman of Imperial Russia, 1772-1839: Statesman of Imperial Russia, 1772-1839

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MICHAEL SPERANSKY
STATESMAN OF IMPERIAL RUSSIA 1772-1839

by MARC RAEFF

MARTINUS NIJHOFF -- THE HAGUE 1957

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Introduction v
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Note on Dates and Transliteration x
  • Contents xi
  • Sources 28
  • Chapter II - The "Constitutionalism" of Emperor Alexander I 29
  • Sources 46
  • Chapter III - Administrative Activities 1802-1812 49
  • Sources 80
  • Chapter IV - Reform of Russia's Finances and Central Administration 82
  • Sources 118
  • Chapter V - Plans of Reform 119
  • Appendix to Chapter V 167
  • Chapter VI - Disgrace and Exile 170
  • Sources 227
  • Chapter VIII - Governing Russia's Provinces 228
  • Sources 278
  • Chapter IX - Projects for Reforming The Provincial Administration 280
  • Sources 307
  • Chapter X - An Unpleasant Interlude Speransky and the Decembrists 308
  • Sources 318
  • Chapter XI - Codifying Russian Law 320
  • Sources 345
  • Chapter XII - Last Years -- Conclusion 347
  • Sources 367
  • Bibliography 368
  • Index of Personal Names 376
  • Index of Geographical Names 383
  • Selective Subject Index 385
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