Lecture - November 21

Lecture - November 21 - History 127B Happy Birthday Jina...

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History 127B November 21, 2006 Happy Birthday Jina Hwang! Conflict comes between these two groups and the state because the state refused to relinquish any of its powers By the 1880s, all of the major groups in society saw the need for social reform and political reform Most educated Russians were aware of the growing contradiction between the achievements that Russia made through industry and the unchanging movement of the regime There is a great and growing impatience especially in the urban society; even amongst non-radicals, you find the same impatience (conservatives) That shows a new vitality in the 1890s, after Alexander III’s reign The most important difference in the new political groups created = these groups of intellectuals were going to have contact with the people they talked about (constituencies) * For the first time, the Russian Intelligencia were going to be tied with social movements and movements with great revolutionary potential (they were going to have an opportunity to change Russian policies for the first time)
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