One cause of the Russian Revolution was poor working conditions. Two laws were made. One of them was in 1897 restricting the working day to eleven and a half hours - had to be wrenched from the government.
A cause of the Russian Revolution was Bloody Sunday. Peasants were angered by poor working conditions, an economic slump and the ongoing war with Japan, thousands marched on the Winter Palace to plead with Tsar Nicholas II for reform.
Another cause of the Russian Revolution is food shortages. People (mostly women) were angered by this. Within a year, shortages of articles of primary necessity — kerosene, footwear, textiles, and food