The Institutional Framework of Russian Serfdom

@inproceedings{Dennison2011TheIF,
  title={The Institutional Framework of Russian Serfdom},
  author={Tracy Dennison},
  year={2011}
}
Russian rural history has long been based on a 'Peasant Myth', originating with nineteenth-century Romantics and still accepted by many historians today. In this book, Tracy Dennison shows how Russian society looked from below, and finds nothing like the collective, redistributive and market-averse behaviour often attributed to Russian peasants. On the contrary, the Russian rural population was as integrated into regional and even national markets as many of its west European counterparts… Expand
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