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One cause of the Russian Revolution was from the poverty and peasant class. Peasants owned land but were barely alive with their poor farming equipment.
Another cause of the Russian Revolution was from the rise of the urban industrial class. When the majority of the lower class moved up to the city, they were forced to face the new life of an urban worker. Living conditions consisted of being in a cramped room with other people with poor living conditions.
Tsar Nicholas II of Russia was one of the main causes of the Russian Revolution because of his poor leadership. He wasn't educated on the ideas of nationalism, the upbringing of Russia or how to run a dictatorship. He didn't care for politics and focused more on his family life than his own.
As rich landowners tried to own the lower class, the peasants forcibly moved into the urban area hoping for a better life.
A day in the factory could result in losing a limb or your life, with little pay. The urban life sparked a stand for socialist revolutionaries and workers became rebellious towards the government.
He didn't believe in other people's opinions and didn't trust what they could do with his power. He did what he could to keep all the power to himself. Nicholas would leave domestic affairs to the Czar in Alexandria.
I am a great ruler!
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