Conclusion paragraph - KT2B - Repression

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Who was more repressive the Tsars or the communists?
Communists
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Why?
Their ideologies were never overthrown unlike tsarist autocracy
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That was replaced when?
February 1917
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What were all repressive?
Rulers
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Why?
They all had secret Police
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from?
Alexander II's third section to Khrushchev's KGB
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What were the Communists consistently?
more repressive as Stalin continues Lenin's red terror with his purges confirming him as Lenin's red terror with purges
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Which confirms what?
Stalin is Lenin's baby
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Who is the exception?
Alexander III
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why?
Nicholas II and Alexander II tended to reform than repress to secure their power
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Therefore?
the evidence confirms the communists to be more repressive than the tsars
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refuting?
The tsars were red tsars
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