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Conspiracy and Ambition in Russian Politics before the February Revolution of 1917: The Case of Prince Georgii Evgen’evich L’vov

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This article uses new and previously known but under-exploited sources to reexamine the significance of pre-revolutionary conspiracies centered around Prince G.E. L’vov for the liberals’ dilemma about the leadership and form of a popular cabinet. The article sheds new light on L’vov’s efforts and motives to organize these plots, challenges his traditional depiction as a ‘soft’ and ineffectual politician, and questions his long-assumed rivalry with the Duma President M.V. Rodzianko for the premiership in a post-Nikolaevan government.

Affiliations: 1: University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, USA,


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