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- Evaluate Stolypin's Land Reform: Was it Unsuccessful, or
- Stolypin believed that a policy of land reform would improve the economic question remains as to whether Stolypin's Land Reform was successful.
- Peasant Views on Land Reforms and Governance, Autumn 1917
- considering tackling the issue of land reform since 1880.
- Articles The Problem of the Individual in the Stolypin Reforms
- polity and an idiom by which they discussed its reform.
- Minister Petr Stolypin's agrarian reforms, enabling peasants to trans- form '' commune'' property into private property.
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- Land Reform in Russia
- The system of Russian land in the 20th century — strongly affected by Stolypin's reforms, and later tempered by the emergence of Soviet power, which nationalized the land in one of its first decrees — experienced another crisis in the '90s.
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- Stolypin land reform (Russian agricultural history) -- Britannica
- Stolypin land reform (Russian agricultural history), (1906–17), measures undertaken by the Russian government to allow peasants to own land individually.
- Peter Stolypin : Biography
- In 1907 Stolypin introduced a new electoral law, by-passing the 1906 constitution , which assured a right-wing majority in the Duma.
- Peter Stolypin
- Stolypin believed that the peasants were natural conservatives at heart.