1905-1917 Outline

1905-1917 Outline - Week 2, Lecture 1: 1905-1917 Aims...

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Aims Polarization, 1905-1917 State and Society Liberal and Radical (bourgeoisie/middle classes and workers) Origins of Polarization: 1905 Revolution Course of first 1917 revolution Why Revolution in February, 1917? Why was the Provisional Govt (liberal) of 1917 so weak? (Polarization) 1905 revolution Scope, origins, nature: see Thompson! Bloody Sunday: January, 1905 January 22, 1905 Workers’ Protest à Reformist Demands Tsarist Reaction (troops fire on crowds) Aftermath (mass strikes and unrest: urban and rural) October manifesto: Tsarist Reforms (1905)--Reasons August-September Bulyagin Constitution (weak) Strike movement resumes Soviet(s) organized October Manifesto—Major Declaration of Reform by Autocracy Unrest too strong to ignore Terms: October Manifesto Promised: Broad suffrage Constitution civil liberties legalized strikes ended peasant redemption payments
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course HIST 127C taught by Professor Ryan during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.

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1905-1917 Outline - Week 2, Lecture 1: 1905-1917 Aims...

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