The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Mikhailovski, Nikolai Konstantinovitch
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Mikhailovski, Nikolai Konstantinovitch
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MIKHAILOVSKI, Nikolai Konstantinovitch, Russian author and sociologist: b. 1842; d. 1904. He belonged to the school of thinkers which became famous in Russia in the seventies and eighties as fearless exponents of political and economic reforms. He was a contributor to the Otechestvennya Zapiski (The Annals of the Fatherland) from 1869 until it was suppressed in 1884. He became coeditor of Sěvernvi Vestnik (The Northern Messenger) in 1873, and from 1890 until his death in 1904 he was eoeditor of Russkoye Bogatstvo (Russian Treasure) with V. G. Korolenko. His collected writings were published (Petrograd 1913).