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The retrograde character of Russian social, economic, and political development, he argued, was ultimately to be ascribed to the qualities of the natural milieu in which this development took place. He developed this analysis in one of his largest and most important works, the monumental three-volume History of Russian Social Thought (1914-16). "The [historical] course of events in our country, as everywhere," he wrote, was controlled at all times by the conditions of the natural environment. The relative peculiarity of the Russian historical process in fact is explained by the relative peculiarity of that geographical milieu in which the Russian people were constrained to live and operate.
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