The groups between: raznochintsy, intelligentsia, professionals

@inproceedings{Wirtschafter2006TheGB,
  title={The groups between: raznochintsy, intelligentsia, professionals},
  author={Elise Kimerling Wirtschafter},
  year={2006}
}
The multiplicity of economic, service and protoprofessional subgroups that made up the raznochintsy highlighted both the complicated structure of Russia's 'groups between' and the desire of the government to impose legal administrative controls across society. Whether historians focus attention on economic activities or state service, a dynamic relationship between governmental policy and spontaneous societal development underlies the phenomenon of the raznochintsy. On-going scholarly research… 
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