Reluctant Parliament Stolypin, Nationalism, and the Politics of the Russian Imperial State Council, 1906-1911
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Noted historian Alexandra S. Korros deftly explores the organization and operation of the Russian Empire's State Council in the wake of the 1905 revolution. Korros dismisses the traditional interpretation that the State Council was a monolithic opponent to reform and focuses on the complex political maneuvering between those of its members anxious to make the legislative chambers work, and those determined to turn Russia away from the path of constitutional monarchy.
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/5/2003
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
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|Forming Factions in the State Council: The First Session|
|The Center as Political Party|
|Local Government, Naval Appropriations, Stolypin, the Duma, and State Council|
|Nationalist Politics in the State Council|
|The Formula Fails: The Western Zemstvo Act|
|The State Council Becomes What It Was Supposed to Be|
|About the Author|