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One point I've made is on Russification, which was a way that the Tsar maintained power over Russia as he believed that autocracy, nationality and orthodoxy were integral to each other. My question is did Russification decline in this time period, or is this a point which should be under what didn't change?
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As for Russification declining, you could discuss the emergence of political opponents at the turn of the 20th Century, with the Social Democrats, and Bolsheviks and Mensheviks stemming from that, Socialist Revolutionaries and Liberals, so new ideas were being brought into the public eye.
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