political repression and opposition under Alexander the 3rd

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1. what was the consequence of being found guilty of political opposition?

  • a warning
  • execution or a prison scentence
  • execution or exile to siberia
  • persecution of you and your family
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2. what was a nihilist?

  • someone who wanted a peaceful uprising leading to a parliamentary council
  • wanted to ddestroy the tsar's rule and free the people with no clear plan- anorchy
  • someone who supported the tsar's rule and wanted to destroy all opposition

3. what was the state of statute security?

  • the body guards to the tsar
  • the creation of a new secret police by the tsar's ministers
  • a policy that created government controlled courts to try political opponents without need for a jury
  • a ministerial position held by Pobodonostev

4. who masterminded Alexander the 3rd's manifesto?

  • pobodonostev
  • the tsar himself
  • the tsar's wife
  • the top 5 ministers in the country

5. what was the first possible opposition that fell under Alexander the 3rd?

  • his fathers liberal ministers
  • opposition groups
  • those remaining supporters of the people's will
  • the ruling class


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