Tsar Aleksei Mikhailovich and the Demise of the Romanov Political Settlement

@article{Poe2003TsarAM,
  title={Tsar Aleksei Mikhailovich and the Demise of the Romanov Political Settlement},
  author={Marshall T. Poe},
  journal={The Russian Review},
  year={2003},
  volume={62},
  pages={537-564}
}
In 1613, the faction headed by the Romanov clan successfully reconstituted the troubled Muscovite political system, largely by calling a truce among the warring boyar parties and re-integrating elite elements that had been ousted during the Time of Troubles. The Romanov political settlement, in turn, was disrupted in the reign of Aleksei Mikhailovich as a host of "new men" were advanced to high stations. Late Imperial scholars were the first to propose that the old boyars were being supplanted… Expand
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The emergence of Moscow (1359–1462)
Kievan Rus’ (1015–1125)
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The central government and its institutions
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The origins of Rus’ (c.900–1015)
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Ivan IV (1533–1584)
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Local government and administration
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Cultural and intellectual life
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References

On the Chancellery system , and the importance of these chancelleries in particular , see Peter B . Brown , “ Muscovite Government Bureaus