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Volume 23 Issue 2 (Russia, China and Eurasia - Social, Historical and Cultural Issues) $150.00
1. The Evolution of the National Mind; pp. 119-137
(Gregor Alexinsky)

2. General Sketch of the Economic Position of Russia as Compared with Other Countries; pp. 139-144
(Gregor Alexinsky)

3. The Flight from Mukden; pp. 145-171
(Frederic McCormick)

4. The Bureaucracy and the Constitution; pp. 173-206
(Harold Whitmore Williams)

5. Peter the Great: Struggle with Charles XII (1700-1709); pp. 207-217 (Alfred Rambaud)

6. Peter the Great: The Reforms; pp. 219-235
(Alfred Rambaud)

7. Russia Divided into Principalities: Supremacy and Fall of Kief, 1054-1169; pp. 237-248
(Alfred Rambaud)

8. Russia after the fall of kief. Power of Souzdal and gallicia, 1169-1224 pp. 249-258
(Alfred Rambaud)

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