Zemlia-narodu : k voprosu o sotsializatsii zemli [bound together with two other pamphlets on Tsarist Russian agrarian reforms]
S.-Peterburg, [various], 1905. Later boards.. 21x14cm, 70 + 34 +32 pp, Recent binder's blind boards.. Some light foxing. VG.
¶ This is a single volume containing 3 pamphlets -all published in 1905, all concerning agrarian reform - bound together. Includes: 1) L. Bukh "Zemlia- narodu : k voprosu o sotsializatsii zemli" [S.-Peterburg, V.I. IAkovennko, 1905, series: Sotsialisticheskaia biblioteka]; 2) I. I. Petrunkevich "K agrarnomu voprosu" [Moskva, Izd. redaktsii "Viestnik selskago khoziaistva",1905, 34 pp]; 3) Dmitrii Samsonovich Kossovich "K'riesheniiu agrarnago voprosa : formy melkago zemlevladieniia v Rossii s selsko-khoziaistvennoi tochki zrieniia" [Moskva : Arendatory Gubernskoi Tipografii - Tvo skoropechatni A.A. Levenson, 1905, 32 pp]. [Petrunkevich: "Russian political figure and landowner. Petrunkevich graduated from the law faculty of the University of St. Petersburg in 1866. In the late 1870’s he joined the zemstvo movement in Chernigov Province, later participating in the same movement in Tver’ Province; he was often administratively exiled for his activities. He was the organizer and chairman of the Union of Liberation in 1904. A founder of the Constitutional Democratic Party, he served as chairman of the Central Committee from 1909 to 1915 and also as editor of the newspaper Rech’. From 1904 to 1906 he attended city and zemstvo congresses, aligning himself with the left wing. A deputy to the First State Duma, he was imprisoned for signing the Vyborg Appeal. After the October Revolution of 1917, Petrunkevich hid in Gaspra in the Crimea. He emigrated in 1919 and engaged in literary activity" - Great Soviet Encyclopedia].
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Keywords: Russian Political History, Tsarist Russia, Agrarian Reforms, Agricultural Reform, Agriculture, Peasant Question, Peasantry, Economics, Economy Economic, Political Politics