Russia: Tsar Nicholas the Second

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Christine S

 

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May 28, 2014

 

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However in January 1895 he had changed his attitude stating, "I shall preserve the principle of autocracy just as firmly as my late unforgettable father preserved it". Nicholas used his autocratic power to its full advantages. He was able to make new laws without any consultation between ministers and advisers...
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He could also change taxes and do whatever he liked. Anyone who disagreed or acted against him would be sacked. Political parties were illegal and there was no parliament as the Tsar was unwilling to share power with anyone. His ministers were individually responsible to him and rarely met as a group to discuss policies...
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