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Imperial Russia's Jewish question, 1855-1881

Author: John Klier
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1995.
Series: Cambridge Russian, Soviet and post-Soviet studies, 96.
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Klier
ISBN: 0521460352 9780521460354
OCLC Number: 30026356
Description: xx, 534 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: pt. 1. The era of the Great Reforms. 1. Moshkas and Ioshkas. 2. The Illiustratsiia Affair of 1858. 3. Defining terms. 4. Rassvet and the future of Judaism. 5. Sion and the problem of nationality. 6. The religious element in Russian Judeophobia --
pt. 2. The era of Russification. 7. Russification in the Northwest. 8. "Kiev is Russian" 9. "Kiev is Ukrainian" 10. Education and Russification. 11. Partisans of enlightenment: The OPE. 12. "A state within a state" --
pt. 3. The era of social change and economic turmoil. 13. The theme of "Jewish exploitation" 14. Dead souls: Jews and the military reform of 1874. 15. The dilemma of the Russian Jewish intelligentsia. 16. The riddle of liberal Judeophobia. 17. The crystallization of conservative Judeophobia. 18. The occult element in Russian Judeophobia.
Series Title: Cambridge Russian, Soviet and post-Soviet studies, 96.
Responsibility: John Doyle Klier.
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