Opposition

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When was Populism?
1874
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How does Catherine Breshkovskaya describe the narodniks?
"an alien, incomprehensible element."
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What caused the famine?
Long hot dry summer and early winter.
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What does Figes stress?
The importance of this event as a turning point in the development of opposition to the Tsar. It gave people the confidence to demand more.
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What does Martin Sixsmith think was the effect of populism?
"From that point onwards, the conviction began to grow that the revolution must be brought about and imposed on society by a clique of dedicated professionals"
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Give a quote from the Communist Manifesto 1848.
"Working men of all countries, unite!"
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Give a quote from Herzen.
"full democratic equality"
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Give a quote from Bakunin's 'Marxism, Freedom and the State'.
"Any state must tend towards complete power"
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Give a quote from Lavrov's 'To the Russian Revolutionary Youth'.
"the masses are not yet ready".
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How many officials did the Socialist Revolutionaries assassinate?
Over 2000.
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What was Chernov's vision for the SR's?
Representing "all labouring people".
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When did the eclectic SRs hold their first congress?
1906
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What did the SRs promise to the workers who made up 50% of their support?
"to return the land to those who worked it."
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