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This front matter section of the book Tatarstan: A 'Can-Do' Culture contains table of contents, preface and list of illustrations. In 1994, the term 'Tatarstan model' came into use to describe the path which one of Russia's constituent republics had adopted during the unprecedented conditions of its transformation from a Soviet-period pseudo-autonomous entity into a democratic market-economy state. Since then, this particular model of development has attracted increasing attention from both domestic Russian and international observers, not least on account of its enduring ethnic and religious multiculturalism.

Keywords: multiculturalism; President Mintimer Shaimiev; Tatarstan



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