|PDF:||Author(s):||Oleinikova S. S.,|
|Number of journal:||4(17)||Date:||November 2011|
This article analyzes the features of regulatory provision of social activity of the local governments and the problems of its practical implementation in 1860–1890. The author reveals the reasons for the lack of effectiveness of solutions of social issues by peasant communities. The author concludes that the activities of local government to solve some social problems in general improved the situation but did not provide for fundamental changes of social policy. Legislation regulating social activities of peasant communities, put them in difficult conditions, did not provide them with independence in solving major issues, did not provide for the sources of obtaining revenue adequate to social objectives.
social legislation, social policy, social activities of the state, social problems, social situation, local governments, peasant community, political functions, social functions, the harmonization of interests, system of public education