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Testbank for Russia and the Soviet Union: A Historical Introduction from the Kievan State to the Present (7th Edition) by John M. Thompson

By: John M Thompson
ISBN-10: 813346967
/ ISBN-13: 9780813346960

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Table of contents:

Preface
Preface to the First Edition

CHAPTER 1
ANCIENT RUSSIA AND THE KIEVAN STATE
The Russian Land
The Peoples of Russia
The Slavs Come to Russia
The Formation of the Kievan State
How Did Kievan Russians Make a Living?
Kievan Society
Religion and Culture in Kievan Russia
Power and Politics in Kievan Russia
The Fall and Significance of Kievan Russia
Further Reading

CHAPTER 2
RUSSIA DIVIDED AND CONQUERED, 1054–1462
Russia Divided
The Mongol Scourge
The Impact of the Mongols
The Decline of Mongol Power
Conclusion
Further Reading

CHAPTER 3
MOSCOW AND THE “GATHERING OF THE RUSSIAN LANDS,” 1328–1533
The Odds Against Moscow
Moscow’s Advantages
The Unification of Russia, 1328–1533
Conclusion
Further Reading

CHAPTER 4
IVAN THE TERRIBLE AND THE TIME OF TROUBLES, 1533–1618
The Personality and Character of Ivan the Terrible
The Reforms of Ivan IV
Ivan Versus the Aristocracy
The Time of Troubles, 1598–1613
Conclusion
Further Reading

CHAPTER 5
THE MOLDING OF RUSSIAN SOCIETY, 1613–1689
Serfdom
The Autocracy
The Orthodox Church
The Expansion of Russia
Relations with the West
Conclusion
Further Reading

CHAPTER 6
PETER THE GREAT AND WESTERNIZATION, 1689–1725
Peter’s Coming of Age
Peter’s Personality and Character
Peter in War and Diplomacy
Peter’s Reforms
Resistance to Peter
Significance of Peter the Great
Further Reading

CHAPTER 7
CHANGE AND CONTINUITY, 1725–1801
Peter’s Successors, 1725–1762
Catherine the Great, 1762–1796
Russian Expansion and Colonization
Economic and Social Development
The Changing Role of the Nobility
Education and Culture
The Reign of Paul I, 1796–1801
Conclusion
Further Reading

CHAPTER 8
POWER, BACKWARDNESS, AND CREATIVITY, 1801–1855
The Serf Economy
Russia Unchanged
Creativity and Dissent
Russia: Arbiter of Europe, Colonizer of Asia and America
Conclusion
Further Reading

CHAPTER 9
REFORM, REACTION, AND MODERNIZATION, 1855–1904
The Era of the Great Reforms, 1855–1881
Terror and Reaction
Economic and Social Modernization, 1861–1905
Competing Ideologies
Conclusion
Further Reading

CHAPTER 10
REVOLUTION, REFORM, AND WAR, 1904–1917
The Revolution of 1905
The Duma Period, 1906–1914
The Silver Age: Russian Culture, 1890–1917
Russian Involvement in World War I, 1914–1917
Conclusion
Further Reading

CHAPTER 11
REVOLUTION, CIVIL WAR, AND THE FOUNDING OF SOVIET SOCIETY, 1917–1928
The February Revolution: The Collapse of the Tsarist System
The Bolsheviks Come to Power
Civil War and Foreign Intervention, 1918–1921
The New Economic Policy and Coexistence, 1921–1928
The Struggle for Power
Conclusion
Further Reading

CHAPTER 12
THE SECOND REVOLUTION, THE STALINIST SYSTEM, AND WORLD WAR II, 1928–1946
The Revolution from Above: Industrialization and Collectivization
The Stalinist System
Soviet Culture, 1917–1953
Stalin and the World, 1928–1946
Conclusion
Further Reading

CHAPTER 13
THE SOVIET UNION AS A SUPERPOWER: CHANGE, STAGNATION, AND “COLD WAR,” 1946–1984
Reconstruction and Renewed Stalinism
The Cold War
Ideological Rigidity and Repression
The Succession to Stalin and the Rise of Khrushchev
Peaceful Coexistence and Troubles in Eastern Europe
Origins of the Sino-Soviet Split
Ups and Downs in Soviet-Western Relations
Khrushchev: Reformer or Repairman?
Bureaucratic Stability Under Brezhnev and His Successors
Détente and Its Erosion
The Changing Soviet Society
Conclusion
Further Reading

CHAPTER 14
THE GORBACHEV “REVOLUTION” AND THE COLLAPSE OF THE SOVIET UNION, 1983–1991
The Origins of the Gorbachev Reforms
Efforts to Rejuvenate the Economy
“New Thinking” in Foreign Policy
Glasnost’
Democratization
Gorbachev’s Downfall
The Attempted Coup of August 1991
Conclusion
Further Reading

CHAPTER 15
THE “NEW” RUSSIA IN THE POST-SOVIET ERA, 1991–2000
The Quadruple Revolution
On the High Road to Capitalism
Setbacks and Problems
Everyday Life in Post-Soviet Russia
Difficult Times in the New Russia
Cultural Attitudes Shift
The Rocky Road to Democracy
A New Constitution
A Shaky Democracy and Yeltsin’s Decline
The Chechen Rebellion and the First Chechen War
Russia, Its Neighbors, and the World
Conclusion
Further Reading

CHAPTER 16
THE PUTIN ERA: PROGRESS AND PROBLEMS, 2000–2012
The Meteoric Rise of Vladimir Putin
Good Times and Bad Times
“Sovereign Democracy”
Elections
Tweedledee and Tweedledum: Medvedev’s Rule
The Challenge of the Caucasus
Putin’s Assertive Foreign Policy
Russia and the United States
Russia and Its Neighbors
Russia and the European Union
Conclusion
Further Reading

Notes
Index

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