Why did Alexander II emancipate the serfs and what were the consequences?

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Russia needed to ... to remain a great power
Modernise
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Russia also needed to become more...
Westernised
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The term for the freeing of the serfs
Emancipation
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Serfdom had led to prevention of the ...
Labour market
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How many peasant revolts had their been before 1800?
1467
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The Alexander quote 'Better to have it... from above than forced from below'
Abolished
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This was arguably one of Alexanders most important...
Reforms
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They were now given small freedoms such as being allowed to marry without the ... consent
Landowners
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The serfs had to pay for ... payments in order to pay for this freedom over the next 49 years
Redemption
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Alexander the II became the Tsar ... for freeing the serfs
Liberator
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