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HIST 3102; Class Notes Week 1

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Date Created: 08/27/16
History of Russia; Week 1 Notes 1855­1881 - Alexander II reigns.  1856 - Crimean War ends.  - Russia is defeated by England.  - France, Sardinia, and Turkey.  “You can’t push away a surf to be productive in society.” 1863 - Alexander gets rid of serfdom, but won’t give serfs private property.  - Mir Commune  o 3 days for the Lords.  o 3 days for themselves.  o 1 day for rest.  - Reputational Commune.  - To the people movement fails.  - No structural change occurs.  1883 - Social Democratic Party arises. (Marxist)  - Marx. o Socialism and Communism is inevitably.  o Socialist revolution can only happen in a highly developed capitalist country - Feudalism ends with the French Revolution.  - Class struggle will produce a revolution.  - Estates  1. Clergy  2. Nobility 3. Bourgeoisie  Capitalism  - Bourgeoisie vs. Proletarian Socialism  - Inevitable  1903  - Social party split into Mensheviks and Bolsheviks.  


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