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Анализируется первая в англоязычной историографии дискуссия о возможности изучения истории советского крестьянства 1930-х гг. методами социальной истории. Дискуссия, проведенная журналом «Российское обозрение» в 1986 – 1987 гг., стала этапным моментом как в историографии истории советского крестьянства, так и историографии сталинского периода советской истории
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