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History of the Russian Parliamentary System

Monographs and documents relating to the history of the "representative bodies" in different periods of Russian history. The first part is devoted to the first Russian Parliament and includes books and serials ranging from the stenographic records and decrees of the State Duma, reports of the parliamentary factions of different political parties, biographies of its deputies, archival collections of the Duma. Most of the books were published at the beginning of the 20th century. The second part, devoted to the Soviet period, includes hearings in the Supreme Soviet of the USSR and Soviet Republics, official gazettes of these legislative bodies and collections of laws determining the status of deputies among documents.

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Broad collection on the subject of Russian, Soviet and Mongolian law. The Russian and Soviet Law collection contains legal material, including public and private international law, dating from the Kievan Rus period up until 1988, and concerns not only Russian law, but also Polish, Finnish, Lithuanian, Estonian, Georgian, and customary law. The Mongolian law collection consists of material relating to the development of Mongolian law, which is mainly in the Mongolian language.

This collection is also included in the Russian, Soviet and Mongolian Law collection.

Various Authors & Editors

Broad collection on the subject of Russian, Soviet and Mongolian law. The Russian and Soviet Law collection contains legal material, including public and private international law, dating from the Kievan Rus period up until 1988, and concerns not only Russian law, but also Polish, Finnish, Lithuanian, Estonian, Georgian, and customary law. The Mongolian law collection consists of material relating to the development of Mongolian law, which is mainly in the Mongolian language.

This collection is also included in the Russian, Soviet and Mongolian Law collection.

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Polnoe Sobranie Zakonov Rossiiskoi Imperii

The Polnoe Sobranie Zakonov Rossiiskoi Imperii is the richest single source for the legal, political, economic, administrative, and cultural development of Russia from 1649 to 1913. In 1830, Speranskii and his colleagues published 45 volumes containing, in chronological order, the text of more than 30,600 legislative enactments starting with the Ulozhenie of 1649 and ending with the reign of Alexander I on December 11, 1825. The second series, embracing the reigns of Nicholas I and Alexander II (1825-1881) takes up 55 volumes; the third comprises 33 volumes for the period March 1881 to 1913, when publication was terminated.