Bondarev Sergey Ivanovich( Russian politician)
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Biography Bondarev Sergey Ivanovich
(born 1872), originally a peasant Samara province, graduated from Teachers' Institute and Department of Physics and Mathematics of Kazan University (1893), was a teacher in various places in 1905. G. Volsky (Saratov region), protecting the streets during the riots of schoolgirls from thugs, was severely beaten by these last, elected in the province of Saratov peasants in the first State Duma. In it, he was a founding and active members of the working group, defended the agrarian program Trudoviks more radical proposals Trudoviks about return addresses on the Speech from the Throne and t. d. At the same time, he was an editor and an active member of "Izvestia Peasants' Deputies" and substituting Trudovik newspapers, 1906 and 1907. After the dissolution of the State Duma, he, together with the other was in Vyborg, participated in the development of the Vyborg Manifesto, and signed it. In "Proceedings of the peasant deputies sentenced in 1907. St. Petersburg, the Trial Chamber to the fortress, which was absorbed by the three-month jail for Vyborg Manifesto. In 1911, Mr.. published "Collection of arithmetic problems" (h. 1 and 2 for primary schools).