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How did Alexander III bring political and social change to Russia?
The 13th March 1881, Alexander II was assassinated by the `People's Will''. Alexander II
acquired the title `Tsar Liberator' due to the reforms he implemented such as; the
emancipation of the serfs in 1861, creation of zemstva in 1864…

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In 1890 after Zasulich shot dead the police chief of St Petersburg in broad daylight and the
Jury delivered a `not-guilty' verdict, the government exercised the right to choose juries.

Alexander III re established the autocratic power of the Tsar. Through the support from
aristocracy and the Russian Orthodox Church.…

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