Kokoshkin Fyodor (Lawyer)( Lawyer and social activist)
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Biography Kokoshkin Fyodor (Lawyer)
Born in 1871, graduated from the course at Moscow University. Was assistant professor at the same university in the department of public law and a member of the Moscow province Zemstvo. Actively participated in the movement 1904 - 1905 period, was a member of the Union of Liberation ", and later the Constitutional Democratic Party. As I was elected to the State Duma from the city of Moscow. In signing the Vyborg Manifesto, was sentenced to 3 months' imprisonment and expelled from the nobility and therefore lost the right to participate in the Duma and district elections. In 1911, in connection with the mass dismissal of professors of Moscow University, removed from his teaching on the proposal of the Minister. Its main works: "Lectures on the general state law" (Moscow, . 1912, . 2 nd Edition), "On the legal nature of the state and public authorities" (Moscow, . 1896), "On the basis of the desirable organization of the people's representatives in Russia" (1906), "On the rights of nationalities and of decentralization" (1906) and a number of articles on the Finnish state law,
. Since 1907 Kokoshkin permanent employee "Russian Gazette", which highlighted his articles on controversial issues of the new Russian state law.