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The Russian Moment in World History
Marshall T. Poe

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ADDITIONAL REVIEWS:

"The thesis of this volume is that as late as the fifteenth century Russia was largely irrelevant to world history, that it became a noteworthy player in the sixteenth century, and that it remained so most of the time until 1991."--Richard Hellie, Journal of Modern History

ENDORSEMENTS:

"This unique, interesting, and stimulating book shoehorns the whole of Russian history into a single long essay, one that is argued very forcefully and written with remarkable clarity and verve."--Reginald Zelnik, University of California, Berkeley, author of Law and Disorder on the Narova River

"This is a stimulating and timely essay, which, as intended, is provocative and potentially controversial at every turn."--Simon Franklin, Clare College, University of Cambridge, coauthor of The Emergence of Rus' 750-1200

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