The Nationalist Party
25 October 1909
- The unity of the Empire, the protection of Russians in all parts of the Empire and Russia for the Russians.
- Loyalty to both autocracy and representative institutions.
- Development of the Orthodox church, especially in the villages.
- Improvement of the peasants' economic situation and support for private peasant landowning.
- The inviolability of private property.
- The right to work.
- Development of local government in Russia to protect Russians in areas in which they are a minority.
- Opposition to equal rights for Jews.
- National agricultural and industrial planning.
- Development of Russian national self-consciousness in the schools.
Source: R. Edelman, Gentry Politics on the Eve of the Russian Revolution.i, New Brunswick, 1980, p. 94.
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