Part B example How significant was the work of reforming leaders in changing the nature of the Russian society and government in the years 1856 – 1964 ?

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How significant was the work of reforming leaders in changing the nature of the Russian society and
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Concerning the idea of change, certain reforming leaders did change the nature of Russian society
and government, be it for better or for worse. Leaders…

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How significant was the work of reforming leaders in changing the nature of the Russian society and
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extent. With hindsight the emancipation reform prevented greater change; for these Tsars would be
largely oppose reform, so the emancipation reform can also be viewed…

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How significant was the work of reforming leaders in changing the nature of the Russian society and
government in the years 1856 ­ 1964 ?



between factors influencing reforms in the Tsarist and Communist state. The peasants were at first
discontented by the reform, for" a tax of 10% was…

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How significant was the work of reforming leaders in changing the nature of the Russian society and
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denouncing Stalin was able to usher in liberal change, letting the "harsh [ness]" die with Stalin, leaving
an image of the government as the true…

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How significant was the work of reforming leaders in changing the nature of the Russian society and
government in the years 1856 ­ 1964 ?



Zakharova, A. P. (2005). Russia in the nineteenth century : Autocracry, refrom and social change
1814 - 1914. M.E Sharpe.

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