okruzhnoi sud, 1866-1917 (Iaroslavl ': Indigo, 2014), 31; and A.
Smirnov, Sotsial 'noe partnerstvo v sfere truda: Uchebnoe posobie (Iaroslavl: Iaroslavskii
gosudarstvennyi universitet im.
Borodina's defenders were convinced that the disparagement meted out by critics was nothing less than an attack on Christianity, a sign of organized Russophobia, and an attempt to revive the 1920s anti-religious campaigns undertaken by the notorious Bolshevik Emelian Iaroslavskii
. One author even urged the General Procurator to arrest those critics who brought criminal charges against Borodina on the grounds that they were the real criminals.
Many said that one facet of the general coarsening of language was a greater tolerance of mat, what Emelian Iaroslavskii
called a `certain cynicism and dissoluteness in language'.(91) A printer observed that `in the matter of mat we have long since surpassed our pre-war level'.(92) A report on a print works in Cheboksari noted: `In the sphere of obscenity our youth is one hundred points ahead of any experienced worker.
, "Zabastovka prostitutok," Proletarskaia revoliutsiia, no.
On the following day, Emel'ian Iaroslavskii
wrote an article in Pravda in which he referred to the current conflict as the "Great Patriotic War." (123) The Bolsheviks were not original in this respect.
Vilenstovich sent an atypically frank report to Emel'ian Mikhailovich Iaroslavskii
, the secretary of the all-union TsKK, assessing the state of the opposition across Belorussia.
, "Newpolnennye zadachi istoricheskogo fronta," Istoricheskii zhurnal, no.
(13) See the icon labeled "Iaroslavskie kniaz'ia Fedor, David i Konstantin s zhitiem v 36 kleimakh," Iaroslavskii
gosudarstvennyi istoriko-arkhitekturnyi i khudozhestvennyi muzeizapovednik, Inv.
As fate would have it, his trial took place in the same cavernous vaudeville theater that had been used to stage Ungern's comeuppance just a few months before, and facing Bakich was the same unforgiving prosecutor--Emel'ian Iaroslavskii
, the future sage of Soviet atheism.
In Emel'ian Iaroslavskii
's Anarkhizm v Rossii (Anarchism in Russia), Bakunin was little more than a reckless adventurer who "saw a prepared revolutionist in any criminal." (83) Following the death of Polonskii in 1932 and the arrests of Steklov and Gorev in 1937, the legacy of Bakunin became almost exclusively negative.
At a lower level and in constant and direct coordination with Stalin were Ivan Tovstukha, Lev Mekhlis, and Emel'ian Iaroslavskii