Russian Working Women’s Political Activism in 1917: What sort of patriarchy did women confront?

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Dormitory rooms were shared by 2 or 3 families, with parents’ beds separated by curtains. Babies were positioned in cradles above their parents’ bed. Older children slept on the floor. Lapitskaia, Trekhgorka, Moscow, 1935, and Moskva vchera i segodnia, Moscow, 1978.

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