Ostrogorsky Moisei( Writer-gosudarstvoved)
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Born in 1852,. He graduated from the course of the Faculty of Law of St. Petersburg University and the Paris Ecole libre de sciences politiques. At one time he served in the Ministry of Justice. He was a member (unaffiliated) I of the State Duma of Grodno province, took an active part in work on the punishment for the State Duma from Grodno province, took an active part in the drafting of the State Duma and the punishment for the commission of personal integrity,
. At the general meeting and gave a speech about the Bialystok pogrom. At the time of the dissolution of the Duma was in London as a delegate to the Duma on inter-parliamentary conference (cm. "The activities I Ostrogorsky in the State Duma, St. Petersburg., 1906). By political activity is no longer returned. Compiled by a number of educational books, . endure a lot of publications: "Chronology of Russian History" (St. Petersburg, . 1872), . "Chronology of the general and Russian history" (St. Petersburg, . 1873), . "A brief chronology of general and Russian history" (St. Petersburg, . 1873), . "History of Russia for the public schools", . "Russian history textbook for class III high schools (St. Petersburg, . 1891),
. Since 1876, Mr.. publishes an annual "Legal Calendar. Posted by: "La Femme au point de vue du droit public" (Paris, 1892, 2 nd English edition, London, 1908; German translation, Leipzig, 1897, Polish translation of Warsaw, 1898). His main work: "La democratie et l'organisation des partis politiques" (Paris, . 1903; English edition, . London, . 1903; processing of 2-second volume under the title "Democracy and the party system in the United States", . NY, . 1910, new revised edition of all labor under the title "La democratie et les partis politiques", . Paris, . 1912) - distinguished by the abundance, . freshness and originality of the material description of the development and current situation of political parties in Britain and the United States of North America,
. Ostrogorsky sharply criticizes the regime of permanent political parties struggling for power, and for the normal development of the democratic system considers it necessary to replace them free leagues formed in order to achieve certain goals. To the main work Ostrogorsky adjacent series of articles on the latest evolution of the English political system, in the Journal of Europe "(1913, 9 - 12). I. I.