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With Aksakov linked another episode of state intervention inpersonal life is probably difficult to be represented on Western soil --a government circular of 1849, prohibiting the wearing of beards.Aksakov writes in response to the police chief: "through a lifetime reachingthe belief that nekozawa the Russian people need to go to the Russian dress andbeard-suddenly solemnly refuse to amritsa and change-- harder than to live out his life in rural seclusion" (op. CIT. atMilyukov P. From the history of the Russian intelligentsia. Part 1. SPb., 1903. P.70). Constant "inflow-outflow" Western influence characterizes the whole storyRussia (in the same plane, understandable and latest "restructuring"). Wecalled Peter as the first in this series, however, his father AlexeiM. said all conversions in the period of his reign.However, V. Klyuchevsky describes it in an interesting way, whichfit, probably, for any period for Russia. "Tsar Alexei Mikhailovichadopted in transducer movement position corresponding to such a look atcase: one foot he's still firmly rested against the native Orthodox of old, andanother was brought for her line, and remained in this indecisivetransitional provision"
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