Alexander III Counter Reforms

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EDUCATION REFORMS
blah blah blah
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What charter made it so that all teacher had to be approved by the ministry
The 1884 Charter
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What was this a direct counter reform to?
Alexander II's 1863 Education Reform (Universities allowed to govern themselves
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Who did Alexander III close university to?
Women (A direct reversal of Alexander II's policy)
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What stage of education were lower class children restricted to
Primary school (Another direct reversal of Alexander II's policy)
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What percentage of the population was literate by 1897?
21%
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JUDICIARY REFORMS
blah blah blah
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What was raised so that jurors would be less sympathetic to the person on trial?
The juror qualifications (They would have to be upper class) (Direct counter to an unbiased judiciary)
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What else happedened to make the judiciary more unequal?
The state was given more control over the courts
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MILITARY REFORMS
blah blah blah
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What were the agents Alexander III employed to infiltrate radical groups called?
Agent Provocateurs
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What statute was made so that the police could randomly search people at will?
The 1882 Statute of Police Surveillance
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LOCAL GOVERNMENT
blah blah blah
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What government position was created so that Zemstva were more controlled?
(1889) Land Captains
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When did the government change election arrangements in Zemstva to give the peasants less say?
1890
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CENSORSHIP REFORMS
blah blah blah
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What did the government do to reduce free speech?
Shut down Newspapers and give lifetime bans to publishers
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What were censors extended to?
Theatre
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