Exam1.Topics.11 - Prof: Charters Wynn T.A.: Mehmet Celik...

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Prof: Charters Wynn T.A.: Mehmet Celik Russia since 1917: Exam 1 Possible Essay Topics Substantiate your arguments with concrete details and specific evidence but this does not mean you should mention every relevant fact that comes to mind. In other words, take the time limit into account when you carefully plan your essays. Essay Topic #1 : Was the collapse of the monarchy in February 1917 the predictable outcome of historical developments before 1914? Or was Tsarism likely to have survived had it not been for the First World War? Be sure to address the debate between the “optimists” and “pessimists” discussed in the article in the packet by Mendel. DICTATORS Image has been damaged and it was enough for soldiers to get out of everything. Optimists says, russia could have more further, and growing labor movement the liberal middle class and the socially intelligence.they refer the economic improvements and developments to back up their beliefs that had it not been for the war. Pessimists improvements were not enough to keep a revolution from happening.
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2011 for the course CHEM 51615 taught by Professor Fatima during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Exam1.Topics.11 - Prof: Charters Wynn T.A.: Mehmet Celik...

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