On the causes of the russian revolution
Head of the Center for Development and Modernization Studies, Primakov National Research Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Russian Academy of Sciences, firstname.lastname@example.org_id: 72733 |
Analyzed is the book by a well-known St. Petersburg historian B.N.Mironov, contesting the wide-spread opinion that the revolutions of the early 20th century in Russia were caused by a systemic crisis of Russian society and by deterioration of wide masses’ well-being. V.G.Khoros expresses his own point of view as to this theme, reflecting on problems of modernization, on their relationship with the revolution and on other theoretical subjects.
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