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    Alright, i have a history question asking whether the the 1917 october revolution was the main turning point in Russian History 1860-1960.

    Now, the limit is around 2000-2500 words so i cant assess every change from every event. So im quite stuck as to how to answer it without any guidelines from my teacher. The questing i have are..

    1)How many events should i compare it to?
    - I was thinking 3 others making a total of 4 events yet I encounter another problem...

    2)How many factors should i use to measure the degree of change?
    - Initially i though Socially, Economically and Politically yet that would mean a minimum of 14 paragraphs (Intro, conclusion and the 4x3 middle paragraphs) which, unless i do 178 word paragraphs, is going to lead to not alot depth.

    Im just confused as to the balance i should use (reduce the events are use or reduce the assessing factors, but which do i get rid of?)

    Any help will be greatly appreciated
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    Any ideas?
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    Hmm, should i just assess the political change only and get alot of depth in there?
 
 
 
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