By Mark D. Steinberg
This necessary examine bargains a unprecedented point of view at the social and political main issue in overdue Imperial Russia. Mark D. Steinberg makes a speciality of employers, supervisors, and employees within the printing because it developed from a state-dependent handicraft to a capitalist undefined. He explores category family members and the values, norms, and perceptions with which they have been made significant. utilizing archival and revealed assets, Steinberg examines fiscal alterations, office kinfolk, specialist corporations, unions, moves, and political activism, in addition to store customs, exchange gala's, and lifestyle. In wealthy aspect he describes efforts to construct a neighborhood of masters and males united through shared pursuits and ethical norms. The cave in of this excellent within the face of becoming type clash can be explored, giving a whole view of a big second in Russian historical past.
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Ambler, Russian Journalism and Politics, p. 179. 37. Dvadtsatipiatiletie tipografii t-va Kushnerev, pp. 318; Leninskii zakaz, pp. 11 19; Kratkii ocherk razvitiia masterskikh . . Tovarishchestva I. N. Kushnerev; Fabrika knigi "Krasnyi proletarii," pp. 113; Otchet pravleniia I. N. Kushnerev i Ko. v Moskve za 1896 (Moscow, 1897), in TsGIAgM, f. 2316, op. 1, d. 1; 400 let, pp. 41214; Knigovedenie, pp. 30102. 38. Kushnerev, Zemliakam and Sochineniia. Page 19 skii in St. Petersburg and Chicherin, Iakovlev, Vasil'ev, and the Russian Printing and Publishing Company (Russkoe tovarishchestvo pechatnogo i izdatel'skogo dela) in Moscow.
92, 176, 338, 457, and in Gavrilov, Ocherk istorii Sankt-Peterburgskoi sinodal'noi tipografii; A. I. Iakovlev of the State press in Pechatnoe iskusstvo 1:6 (March 1902), p. 186; and S. I. Nedel'kovich of the Naval Ministry press in Graficheskie iskusstva i bumazhnaia promyshlennost' 4:11 (June 1900), p. 179. 41. Pechatnia R. R. Golike, p. 3. 42. -Peterburge (1875); Pravitel'stvennyi vestnik, August 14 (26), 1883, p. -Peterburge (1900); Pogozhev, Adresnaia kniga, pp. 11315. 43. Orlov, Poligraficheskaia promyshlennost' Moskvy, pp.
5 0100%Sources Pogozhev, Adresnaia kniga, pp. 10408, 11315; Orlov, Poligraficheskaia promyshlennost' Moskvy, p. Note Because Pogozhev excluded many small enterprises and a number of state-owned firms, I have added these according to the following calculations. I added government enterprises and their workers from my own Enterprise Card File (but counted only workers in the printing departments of the Office for the Manufacture of Government Paper). To determine the number of firms employing fewer than 16 workers, I calculated the difference between the total number of enterprises calculated by Orlov for Moscow in 1902 and for St.