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Russian church and the Soviet State, 1917-1950.
John Shelton Curtiss
The sharp contrast that Alexis de Tocqueville drew in between the United States and Tsarist Russia—"the principle of the former is freedom; of the latter, servitude"1—became much sharper after , when the Russian Empire was transformed into the Soviet Union. Like the United States, the Soviet Union is a nation founded on a distinct ideology. The Russian Church and the Soviet State , (). The Russian Church under the Soviet Regime , 1&2 vols.,Author: Vitali Ivanovich Petrenko.
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