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However, other efforts for modernization were successful. These included development of railroads…
Strengthened by new industrialization, Russia began to acquire new territory from places such as Siberia and Central Asia. This new expansion spurred a new nationalist movement supporting the government.
Alexander II’s policies weren’t pleasing to many Russians, causing backlash. Even though liberals were not satisfied, the reforms of Alexander II did start a new age of modernization for Russia. Eventually, a member of the anarchist group “People’s Will” assassinated the tsar due to these reasons of disapproval
Alexander III, a firm opponent to liberal policies, now took power. However, under the direction of financial minister Sergei Witte, progress toward modernization continued.
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