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al process▓ the connivance of the authorities in● the organization of the distu●rbances, with[Pg 223] the help of the authorit▓ies and of

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the troops, was proved. Answ●er.I have never said that the disturbances w▓ere organized by the governm▓ent.But from very exact statem●e

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●that Lokoloff be liberated and t●hat he be expelled from Kishinef. ● Plehve's order was communicated by the governor▓ to Lokoloff, who expressed his a▓stonishment that he should be expelle●d from Kishinef, while Pronin, who in Urussoff'●s own opinion was one of the chief offenders, wa●s allowed to remain.This order, he added, wo●uld not tend to a feeling of confidence in j▓ustice in Bessarabia. As a m●atter of fact, the expulsion of▓ Lokoloff was generally looked upon as ▓fresh evidence of the complicity● of the government in the disturbances. ?/p>

?No one in Kishinef now knows anything▓ more about the affair.Pereverseff, wh▓o had directly attacked the governmen▓t, was severely punished and banish▓ed; Lokoloff was expelled.All quiet in Schep▓ko Street. Of course the members of the le▓gal profession in Russia do not ●regard the matter with indifference.[Pg 225]▓ At a meeting of the Association of▓ Lawyers' Assistants the sympathy of those pres●ent was extended to Lokoloff▓; and at the monthly banquet of the Lit●erary Alliance at St.Petersburg the members▓ even went so far as to express its ●disa

pprobation of the action of the gove▓rnment in the affair. The minister of justic●e, Muraviev, however, the wo▓rthy colleague of Plehve, explaine●d to a deputation of lawyers which congrat▓ulated him on his jubilee in January l●ast, that he was favorably disposed to●wards the profession, but that advocates would▓ do well to avoid pleading politically, sinc●e it was very prejudicial, in▓deed dangerous, to the profession, which might ▓easily suffer for its independence.A word t▓o the wise, etc. Such are the joys ▓of the legal profession in Russia, and

such is ●the fate of those who speak in defence of▓ the right.The people of other countries wi●ll appreciate the services to t▓ruth and justice which, in spite of all obs▓tacles, the undaunted advoca●te performs. Such are some of the ▓stern realities of an advocate's li●fe in Russia, and such the possible, n●ay probable, fate of any one who pleads polit●ically in defence of the right.It will be ▓apparent to the citizens of other co●untries at what a cost the consci●entious members of the legal profe▓ssion discharge, in spite of endless obsta▓cles, t

heir duty to truth and justic●e. FOOTNOTE: [7] Liberation. XXI●II THE STUDENT BODY IN RUSSIA N▓ot very long after the dismissal of the for▓mer minister of education, Snger, I sought ▓out a certain university professor● who had been mentioned to me▓ as being accurately informed about u●niversity affairs.Of course, my visit to▓ him had been carefully planned▓, for it is not possible in Russia for a person〃埅least of all if he be an official—to express▓ himself freely to strangers. The informatio▓n which I received from this au●thority on the ge

neral political and econ▓omic position of Russia agreed w▓ith the discussions I had heard on every● side.Misery, despair, inevitable colla▓pse, these were the words which▓ were most noticeable in his d●escription, too, and it woul●d be almost superfluous for one to repr▓oduce the conversation unless certa●in additional details had bee▓n brought out which are particularly characteris▓tic of the intense ferment in ▓which intellectual Russia is at just this time i▓nvolved. Just previously seve●ral students had been arrested.● I asked about the cause of

the arrest and the▓ probable fate of the young folks.A ▓[Pg 227]demonstration in favor of the Japanese h▓ad been held by the students, and had bee●n reported.This was the cause of the arre▓st.As yet nothing can be said about the fate o●f the incautious young men, ●the professor answered. You say that the s●tudents held a demonstration for th▓e Japanese It is scarcely credible! An●d yet it is true.All enlightened pe●ople, and accordingly the students, too,● regard the Japanese as an unexpec●ted ally in their fight agains●t the existing conditions, a

nd so sy▓mpathy for them is not concea▓led.And, besides, aversion to them as a nation ▓does not exist. But it is the very brother●s and fellow-countrymen of the st▓udents who must pay for it with their own blood ▓if the Japanese retain the upper hand! T●hat is partially true.But, first of al▓l, Poles, Jews, and Armenians have b●een sent to the seat of war, so t▓hat the Russian families do not as ▓yet feel the war so keenly; and● then the Russian is used to the▓ idea that there must be bloody sa▓crifices for the cause of freedo●m.At any rate, those

who were arre●sted are much nearer the othe●r students than the troops who hav▓e gone to the front. But they challenged ●their fate! That is a part of the f▓ight against the régime.Th●ey seek martyrdom, since they have become c▓onvinced that nothing can be attained by b▓are protests and petitions.Perhaps a tr▓ace of Asiatic fatalism, and a lower valuation u●pon life than is[Pg 228] given it in the Wes●t, plays a part in their acts, but, ●more powerful than all else probably,● their conviction that public opin●ion appreciates their sacrifices and

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rtyrdom.But the strongest motiv●e is that youthful self-sacrifice, and the be▓lief that something can be attain●ed for the cause by their offering t●hemselves up—in short, fanatici▓sm.In this way some of the most incredibl●e things occur; for example, a student in priso●n emptied an oil lamp over hi●s body and set fire to it only i▓n order to p

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rotest against absolutism. I ha●ve heard this horrible story. Thos▓e who are now under arrest, the prof●essor continued, will probabl


u●t they, too, are of course i●nfected by the general fanati▓cism of self-sacrifice. But from wh●at do the special student disturbances about whi▓ch we hear so much proceed Are they not caused ●by troubles in the universities Onl●y in the very rarest cases.It is occurrence▓s of general politics which find ▓a particularly lively echo among the students; t●he reforms which are demanded for the university● by us, the professors, are even r●epudiated by the students, becau●se they do not wish to let the causes of the●ir discontent be removed. What▓ is the nature of the reforms in question ▓General Wannowski, former minister of educa▓tion, was perhaps a man of limit●ed capacity, who considered the university ▓a barracks, the professors colonels and other ▓officers, the students privates, and● explained that the only thing lacki●ng was non-commissioned officers ●to keep their respective squads in or●der.Still he showed us the considera●tion of asking us eighteen ques●tions which were to be answe▓red by the faculties.Look he▓re—the professor pointed to a heavy bundle ▓of printed matter—here you ha▓ve the results of our inquest. And what i●s the substance of your wishes, to put it into ●a very few words [Pg 230] One word i▓s sufficient, 'Autonomy.' We wan▓t independence in teaching, 'Le●hrfreiheit' as it is in Germany, independe▓nt regulation of our own affairs, an▓d liberation from the direction of another d●epartment which has neither interest ●in us nor understanding of us.This d▓emand was unanimously expressed by all● the universities; in Moscow only two profess●ors in the whole faculty decl●ared themselves for the prev●alent system. Was anything accomplished ●by this inquest To a slight extent.We o●btained a university court, constitu●ted of professors, and the permissi▓on to form scientific societies am●ong the students. That is no▓t so bad.And you say that the student●s are not in sympathy with that N●o, they are afraid that discontent may ●be

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