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Paralleling his analysis of Russian society before Peter I, Gasprinskiy identifies three estates among Russia's Muslims as potential candidates for this purpose: nobility, merchantry, and Islamic scholars.
JC: But yet and still, those kids were saying, "Man, you can't tell me nothing because that's my Rolls Royce parked over there." Because they got involved in the street merchantry, okay?
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This is why Armenian merchantry historically had one of the leadership positions in the
This book is an analytical synthesis of well-known secondary and primary sources (overwhelmingly in the English language) concerning political relations between the Russian merchantry and the state in the last decades of tsarism.
Furthermore, the aura of aristocratic Belmont and Portia's complete victory over Antonio in the final two acts deal a serious blow not only to Antonio's image, but to the notion of merchantry as a noble and knightly venture.
Baron, "Ivan the Terrible, Giles Fletcher and the Muscovite Merchantry," Slavonic and Eastern European Review 56 (1978): 568-69.
This useful volume joins the recent studies by Thomas Owen (also on Moscow merchantry) and Alfred Rieber to give at least part of the much-neglected Russian merchant class the same attention and analysis.
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