KT2B, Opposition

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What was ineffective between 1855 and 1964?
Opposition
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When did most effective opposition occur?
reformers, including Alexander II, Nicholas, PG and Khrushchev, who were less repressive than those rulers who maintained power such as Stalin and Alexander III
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What is the exception?
Peasant opposition was the exception as it was never effective
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Why did it decrease in importance?
all rulers focused on industrialisation
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Why can it not be said that opposition was completely ineffective?
In 1917 when Russia went from an autocratic to the first communist state, across the whole period opposition to Russian governments was clearly not ineffective
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When did most effective opposition occur?

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reformers, including Alexander II, Nicholas, PG and Khrushchev, who were less repressive than those rulers who maintained power such as Stalin and Alexander III

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Why did it decrease in importance?

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Why can it not be said that opposition was completely ineffective?

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