Grigori Miasoyedov's The Zemstvo
Dines (1872; Figs.
A proper or fitting relation to the higher world, to other people, and to lower nature is organized collectively in the forms of church, state, and economic society, or zemstvo
activist representing Saratov province N.
And while these moments suggest that voluntary associations played a major role in helping to develop a vibrant sense of political autonomy among certain groups of Russians, the reader learns relatively little about the broader context of civic culture in imperial Russia, a context that included the zemstvo
movement, street life, leisure institutions, newspaper proliferation, business ventures, charitable societies, and much else.
The socialists are married and are criticizing the Zemstvo
Since the end of the last century one more form of it has done a considerable way: ZEMSTVO
(rural and regional governance), unfortunately, only district and provincial, without a root of a regional zemstvo
and without accomplishment of All-Russian ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 1990: 51).
The Debate over the Delivery of Health Care in Rural Russia: The Moscow Zemstvo
Shipov, the great zemstvo
(local, self-governing councils of the late Tsarist period) leader who sought to avoid a deadly confrontation between state and society.
Similar to these, our fundamental moral relation to lower nature (our own as well as outer nature) is organized objectively and collectively in the third common sphere of humanity's life--in society as economic union, or in zemstvo
In rural areas, the Justices of the Peace were appointed by district zemstvo
writers were especially distinguished in this regard (the Poltava and Khar'kov zemstvos
perhaps most of all), but so too were a number of non-zemstvo
pamphleteers (many of them populists) who wrote resettlement brochures and handbooks "for the people.
Many of these bureaucrats had worked earlier in the Russian zemstvo
movement; some had been members of the Socialist Revolutionary Party.