Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History 3.4 (2002) 760
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In Valerie Kivelson, "On Words, Sources, and Historical Method: Which Truth About Muscovy," Kritika 3: 3 (Summer 2002), 488, two page citations to Marshall Poe's "The Truth About Muscovy" were inadvertently omitted and question marks were published in their place. The two sentences should read:
Poe is eventually forced to distance himself from conventional definitions of despotism, "as it was invented by opium-smoking 19th-century English poets" (485).
The tsar-despot "may have a greater opportunity to act capriciously than a monarch or president, but he would be wise not to, for the consequences are grave" (485).