Why was there a revolution in 1905?

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History

 

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Randolph C

 

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March 23, 2016

 

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University

 

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He spent extravagantly while more than 80% of his countrymen were peasants. Despite the demands of the people, the tsar refused to grant reforms to lessen the discontent of the people. The tsar also did not allow any form of political freedom which greatly curbed any prospect to improve their standards of living...
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The press was censored heavily and the tsar employed the secret police, the okhrana, who spied on people who bad-mouthed the government and punished them, instilling a sense of fear into the people. Therefore, the weak and corrupt government of Russia was a cause of the 1905 revolution. Secondly, the people lived in poor living and working conditions...
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