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Личность, протест, история (The Individual, Protest, and History)

Zelnik, Reginald E.; Evtuhov, Catherine; Smirnov, N.

This volume of essays, The Individual, Protest, and History (2007) is the first translation into Russian of Berkeley historian Reginald Zelnik’s (1936-2004) articles. Zelnik was a foremost historian of Russian workers and the Russian labor movement in the nineteenth century. The editors sought above all to reflect Zelnik’s evolution as an historian and to present a “laboratory” of his creative endeavors. The final section of the book includes articles representing his own contemporary political position. The book is intended for specialists and also general readers interested in the history of Russia.

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