From Supplication to Revolution: A Documentary Social History of Imperial Russia

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FROM SUPPLICATION TO REVOLUTION

A Documentary Social History of Imperial Russia

GREGORY L. FREEZE Brandeis University

New York Oxford OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 1988

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From Supplication to Revolution: A Documentary Social History of Imperial Russia
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction 3
  • Notes 9
  • Part One the Catherinean Era 11
  • A. Nobility 15
  • B. Bureaucracy and Army 32
  • C. the Orthodox Clergy 37
  • D. Professions and Educated Elites 45
  • E. Urban Society Manufacturers, Merchants, Townsmen 52
  • F. Peasantry 75
  • G. Industrial Workers 87
  • H. Minorities and Women 93
  • Part Two the Era of Great Reforms: Society in the 1860s 101
  • A. Nobility 103
  • B. Bureaucracy and Army 114
  • C. the Orthodox Clergy 129
  • D. Professions and Educated Elites 141
  • E. Urban Society Manufacturers, Merchants, Townsmen 152
  • F. Peasantry 170
  • G. Industrial Workers 180
  • H. Minorities and Women 186
  • Part Three Society in Revolution, 1905-1906 197
  • A A. Nobility 199
  • B. Bureaucracy and Army 210
  • C. the Orthodox Clergy 228
  • D. Professions and Educated Elites 239
  • E. Urban Society Manufacturers, Merchants, Townsmen 248
  • F. Peasantry 274
  • G. Industrial Workers 286
  • H. Minorities and Women 297
  • Sources 311
  • Bibliography 317
  • Index 325
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