Views of P.A. Krushevan on the National Problem in Russia: Moldavian or Russian Nationalist

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The article deals with the national identity of P.A. Krushevan. Being of Moldavian nationality, he was a Russian conservative writer and journalist. At the beginning of the 19th century he served as a Russian nationalist in the political arena. The author shows that he was a supporter of Moldavian national traditions and a personality of the Moldavian national movement. At the same time Krushevan was an «imperial nationalist» and a Russian statesman. In behalf of Bessarabia peasants, he exposed the economic activity of «plutocracy», but he was a stranger to domestic anti-Semitism.

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I P Shornikov

Institute of History, State and LawTransnistrian State University, T.G. Shevchenko

Email: shornikov@pochta.ru
Кафедра истории Приднестровской Молдавской Республики; Институт истории, государства и праваПриднестровский государственный университет им. Т.Г. Шевченко; Institute of History, State and LawTransnistrian State University, T.G. Shevchenko

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