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The Formation of Political Parties and the First National Elections in Russia

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ISBN 9780674333192

Publication Date: 05/17/1983

529 pages

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  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • I. The Formation of Political Parties
    • 1. The Constitutional-Democratic Party and “L’ouverture à Gauche”
    • 2. The Union of October 17 and Its Allies: Raznosherstnaia Kompaniia
  • II. The Parties, the State, and the Election Campaign
    • 3. The Kadet Bloc
    • 4. The Octobrist Bloc
  • III. The First National Elections
    • 5. Phase I: The Preliminary Elections and Special City Elections
    • 6. Phase II: The Provincial Elections
    • 7. Results and Prospects
  • Abbreviations
  • Appendix. Party Alignments of Zemstvo Activists, 1905–1906
  • A Note on Literature and Sources
  • Notes
  • Index

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