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eBook Land Reform in Russia, 1906-1917: Peasant Responses to Stolypin's Project of Rural Transformation ePub

by Judith Pallot

  • ISBN: 0198206569
  • Category: Earth Sciences
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Judith Pallot
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press; 1 edition (July 29, 1999)
  • Pages: 272
  • ePub book: 1458 kb
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Home Browse Books Book details, Land Reform in Russia, 1906-1917: Peasant. Land Reform in Russia, 1906-1917: Peasant Responses to Stolypin's Project of Rural Transformation. She shows how a majority of peasants failed to interpret the Reform in the way its authors had expected, with outcomes that varied both temporally and geographically.

Peasant responses to the Stolypin reforms took many forms, only a. .

Peasant responses to the Stolypin reforms took many forms, only a few of which were overt enough to reveal the "hidden transcript" of peasant resistance. But instead of covering well-tread ground, Pallot has provided a remarkably fresh reading of the reform from the perspective of the administration.

Land Reform in Russia, 1.has been added to your Cart. Pallott has provided a convincing new perspective assessing the impact of the Stolypin land reform project on rural Russia and explaining why the reform failed to alter significantly the key aspects of Imperial Russian peasant society.

She shows how a majority of peasants failed to interpret the Reform in the way its authors had expected, with . Since the collapse of the USSR there has been a growing interest in the Stolypin Land Reform as a possible model for post-Communist agrarian development.

She shows how a majority of peasants failed to interpret the Reform in the way its authors had expected, with outcomes that varied both temporally and geographically. The result challenges existing texts which either concentrate on the policy side of the Reform or, if they engage with its results, use aggregated, official statistics which, this text argues, are unreliable indicators of the pre-revolutionary peasants reception of the Reform.

Stolypin believed that tying the peasants to their own private land-holdings would produce profit-minded and politically conservative farmers like . Land Reform in Russia, 1906–1917: Peasant Responses to Stolypin's Project of Rural Transformation.

Stolypin believed that tying the peasants to their own private land-holdings would produce profit-minded and politically conservative farmers like those living in parts of western Europe The reforms began with and introduced the unconditional right of individual landownership (Ukase of November 9, 1906). Oxford and New York: Clarendon Press, 1999.

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Since the collapse of the USSR there has been a growing interest in the Stolypin Land Reform as a possible model for post-Communist agrarian development. Using recent theoretical and empirical advances in Anglo-American research, Dr Pallot examines how peasants throughout Russia received, interpreted, and acted upon the government's attempts to persuade them to quit the commune and set up independent farms.