Students, professors, and the state in Tsarist Russia by Samuel D. Kassow

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley, Calif, London .

Written in English

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  • Social classes -- Russia.,
  • Russia -- Politics and government -- 19th century.

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Bibliography: p417-427. - Includes index.

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StatementSamuel D. Kassow.
SeriesStudies on the history of society and culture
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LC ClassificationsHT690.R/
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Paginationxii,438p.,(5)p. of plates ;
Number of Pages438
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Open LibraryOL15058100M
ISBN 100520057600

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