The Profitability of Serfdom: A Reply
Evsey D. Domar and
Mark Machina ()
The Journal of Economic History, 1985, vol. 45, issue 4, 960-962
In discussing Catherine II's proficiency in the Russian language, the historian Kliuchevaskii remarked that â€œshe could make four mistakes in spelling a Russian word consisting of three letters.â€ According to Peter Toumanoff, we have performed a similar feat by making no fewer than five major mistakes in a single paper.
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