Outline the Problems Facing the Czar Regime During the Reigns of Alexander III and Nicholas II
The tsarist regime had many internal problems during the reigns of Alexander III and Nicholas II. These include: economic repression, lacklustre political and social reforms and large cultural diversity. Alexander III and Nicholas II both had differing complications within the aforementioned problems and thus it becomes possible not only to outline but to conclude how successful they were in attempting to deal with them.
The economy of Russia during the Tsar regime was completely backward. It was both outdated and under producing thus can be defined as an economy in recession. Russia's agricultural economy still resembled that of medieval Europe, with peasants bound to an inefficiently-managed village commune, and using outdated farming methods. Suffering from a naturally cold climate, Russia's growing season was only 4-6 months, compared to 8-9 in most of Western Europe, and so the rural economy struggled to produce enough food to feed the cities each year.…
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