Will challenges to Russia's ruling regime lead to a constitutional government? Can Russia develop and sustain the institutions of a market economy and a liberal state? Which groups and leaders will emerge as the agents of liberalization? These questions which resonate today in the aftermath of the demise of the Soviet Union were posed by Max Weber in 1905, when he decided to document the revolutionary upheaval in Tsarist Russia. Available here for the first time in English translation are Weber's chronicles of the 1905 Revolution, accompanied by two brief essays on the 1917 political crisis that prefigured the Bolshevik Revolution."
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"Scholars who do not command German will welcome the opportunity to read Weber's provocative essays." Abraham Ascher, Slavic Review"