HARVARD SERIES IN UKRAINIAN STUDIES
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Kistiakovsky

The Struggle for National and Constitutional Rights in the Last Years of Tsarism

  • Usage Note
  • Preface and Acknowledgments
  • Illustrations
    • Bogdan Kistiakovsky, 1903
    • Bogdan Kistiakovsky, 1910
    • Kistiakovsky with his son George, 1903
    • Kistiakovsky with his sons George and Alexander, 1910
  • Introduction
  • 1. A Cosmopolitan in Three Worlds
  • 2. Neo-Kantianism and the General Theory of Law
  • 3. Human Rights: A Pre-Revolutionary Model
  • 4. Constitutionalism and the Rule-of-Law State
  • 5. The Role of the Intelligentsia
  • 6. The Ukrainian Movement within the Multinational Russian Empire
  • 7. The Debate on the Ukrainian National Question: Kistiakovsky vs. Struve
  • Conclusion
  • Notes
  • Select Bibliography
  • Index

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