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55 After more than a decade of being permitted in various charters, these were finally legalized in a decree promulgated on June 14, 1848. 57 Although certain articles in the charters superseded the law of 1836 in this way, the argument against regarding charters as full-fledged laws rested on another peculiarity of the Russian concessionary system: the tendency of charters to undergo periodic modification. Constant changes in the charters were necessary because the original document typically defined the enterprise in very specific terms.
A. M. Henderson and Talcott Parsons, ed. Talcott Parsons (New York, 1964), 329-41, esp. " In the same work, 193, Weber described the specific cultural context most conducive to the emergence of capitalist institutions: "The extraordinary importance of the highest possible degree of calculability as the basis for efficient capital accounting will be evidenced again and again through the discussion of the sociological conditions of economic activity. It is far from the case that only economic factors are important to it.
None of the decrees of Alexander I or Nicholas I signified the elaboration of a coherent or effective policy, however; problems of air and water pollution and deforestation remained acute to the end of the tsarist period (see Chapter 6). Typical were three decrees. In 1826, provincial governors received instructions to move all sources of industrial pollution downstream from cities in the next ten years. Seven years later, factories that posed serious pollution or fire hazards were banned from populated areas of the city, and other, less dangerous, enterprises - iron foundries, pottery factories, and sugar mills - were given ten years to meet minimum standards.
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