Exploring Russian thought, politics, and culture in the early nineteenth century, Martin offers the first in-depth probe of the origins of Russian conservatism. He traces the indigenous and foreign roots of conservative ideology through a wide range of sources and shows how Russian conservatism, uniquely double-edged, was part of the movement for change.
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An exploration of conservatism in Russian thought, politics and culture at the start of the 19th century. Tracing origins of conservative ideology through a range of sources, it shows how the Russians reacted to threats posed by the egalitarianism of the French Revolution.About the Author:
Alexander M. Martin is a member of the history department at the University of Notre Dame.
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