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Stolypin ­ reform and repression
The Dumas 19061914

The Duma was national parliament for Russia. It contained
two houses:
Lower House was the State Duma. It could not enact
laws unless it was supported by the Upper House and
Tsar.
Upper House was the Council of State. Half of its…

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near St. Petersburg. At Vyborg they issued the `Vyborg
Manifesto'. The `Vyborg Manifesto' asked Russian people to
resist the Tsar's actions through nnonpayment taxes. But
the plan backfired ­ the 200 deputies who made the
manifesto were banned from standing in the next Duma.
The response of the Russian people…

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SR's 0 37 0 0
Trudoviks 136 104 13 10
Octobrists 17 54 155 95
Progressivist 27 28 28 41
s
Rightists 6 10 147 154
National 60 93 26 22
Minorities
Others 0 50 0 0
Kadets 182 98 54 53

In conclusion
The Duma was never a truly…

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