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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Russian Revoluti The Russian Revolution started when the Russian population started to increase. When the population statred to increase the money and economics started to fail throughout the country. Many land owners had to mortgage their land and serfs (servants) because they did not have enoughmoney to pay for all the work their land needed and the amount of moneythey annually owed the Government. Most people worked as a serf but as more time went on and the governmentwent even more into debt even the system of serfs became an economicfailure. Peasants started to own moreand more land and since the peasantsknew they would get their land takenby the government, they stopped workingas hard on it and that lead to agricultural poverty. All of these struggles with Russia's money led up to the EmancipationManifesto. This was when the serfs became free. But that only led to morepoverty. Since the serfs were now free but uneducated they had no where to work so it made Russia's poverty rate increase. Russian Revolution Beginning Stage I Poverty was now a big issue in Russia. Thousands of people were living in poverty and the government had not way of helping. Since government could not do much to help the people, the people were forced to move to big cities and try to find work. But the sameproblems occurred in these big cities. There was once again not enough jobs for everyone. Government and factory owners could not provide for all of the nations needs. The Russian people were not okay with the fact no one could meet their needs so they started to get angry. The different Ethnic groups started to getangry with each other also. That is when the government pursued the Russification Policy. This only made things worse. The Jewish religion and people become impoverished and manydied. After that many of the Peasants got even more angry and lost all hope in the Government. After Russia lost in the Russo-Japanese war Government started to lose control of Russia onceagain. The peasants anger turned into them going against their government and becoming violent. The Government was crumbling. Stage II Bloody Sunday was the next step in the Russian Revolution. Bloody Sunday is when the Russians made petitions and marched on Nicholas's Winter Palace to get a relief as a country. More than 200,000 people participated and more than 100 were killed and 3,000 injured.Then the Proclamation came along. The Proclamation promised the people civil liberties and created an elected National Legislative Assembly. More rights were given to the people but not all of them liked this. The conservatives and the Radicals were very unsatisfied, while the moderates were pleased with this offering. After that the government started to become harder on extremists. After the Proclamation the Soviet of St. Petersberg began. The government did not like this so the members of the Soviet would get arrested and the rest of the people would do nothing. It made it much easier for the government to slip this soviet up when they didn't haveas many followers.This is when the end of the Revolution started to come. After the Russian Revolution in 1905 they form of government wascalled a Duma. A Duma is a ruling legislative body.The first Duma began May 10, 1906 and she it started most of the ratical parties did not participate in the voting so the first Duma did not work very well or last very long because the government was not able to work with this new form of government. But then,the second Duma began March 5, 1907, but once again it did not work out due to the people believing it was too Liberal. Then the third Duma began and that is when new election laws were put in place. The wealthy and large landowners got more advantages when it came to voting because they were more knowledgeable and had more money. Then the regular workers and peasants voting rights were very limited. Then Petr Stolypin came into the picture and he made new laws to help the Nation recover from the revolution. He spent lot of money to get new land reformations, freedom of religion, individual rights, tax reforms, and conpulsory (Required by law) education. Starting Over
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