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The Fate of Russia's First Federalization
The months between the February and October revolutions of 1917 witnessed an emergence of federalist thought, intellectual innovation, and internationalist coalition-building across imperial Russia. The onset of Russia's civil wars forced these projects for post-imperial order into exile, yet they found a surprising range of afterlives with other national governments and international organizations. Focusing on the little-known 1917 "Congress of the Enslaved Nations of Russia" in Kyiv, Title VIII Research Scholar Marcel Garboś traces the origins of the post-Tsarist, pre-Soviet efforts to federalize the former Russian Empire.
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