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King Stork and King Log. At the dawn of a new reign; a study of modern Russia by S. S. Stepniak [pseud.].

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Author/Creator:
Stepniak, S., 1851-1895.
Publication:
London, Chatto & Windus, 1905.
Format/Description:
Book
xii, 347 p. 20 cm.
Subjects:
Soviet Union -- Politics and government.
Contents:
A tame despot.
The tzar mujik.
Hesitating on the crossway.
The liberal period.
A Tory democratic programme.
The upshot of autocratic democratism
Count Dmitry Tolstoi.
A man with a system.
The great famine, and the economic conditions of the Russian peasants.
The Jewish question in Russia.
The Poles and the Finns.
The Stundists.
Administrative exile and imprisonment.
The exile to the Arctic zone.
Siberian horrors
The Yakutsk massacres and the Kara tragedy.
Nihilism.
Modern opposition.
The new reign.
Notes:
Another edition of his "King Stork and King Log. A study of modern Russia."
OCLC:
5210854
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