09-17-07 JSA

09-17-07 JSA - Social Sciences 201 JSA Lecture September...

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Social Sciences 201 JSA Lecture September 17, 2007 Russian Revolution I. Intro a. Revolution defined i. Cannot happen unless people listen ii. Happen when archaic problems are still present b. Overview of two revolutions i. 1905 and 1917 ii. Power fell to elite iii. All of these men were linked because they were men of property iv. All had something to lose if things got out of hand v. Hoped that russias social, economic, and political development would stay on its course to capitalism vi. Prepared to respond to needs of lower classes to some extent vii. Against drastic change viii. Joined by social revolutionaries ix. Ready and practice for immediate change x. Other hated middle class and wanted socialism xi. This group was not willing to wait or cooperate II. World War I a. War and Society i. Man made earthquake ii. Shook even England and france iii. Cracked newly developing and fragile new order of Russia iv. Cleared the way for more radical change v. Didn’t have enough of the needs to make what was needed to stay
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