However, the radicals were not satisfied with Alec Sander's reforms. They wanted more. In 1881, a small anarchist group assassinated the leader.
By now, Rush Shah is doing pretty well, but he still needs more change. Alec Sander's successor, Alec Sander III, was a reactionary determined to go back to conservative ways. But a leader named Sergei Witte stopped Alec Sander III's impact and continued to revolutionize Rush Shah himself.
Sergei Witte had helped modernize Rush Shah, but Rush Shah was still struggling with political issues. When Alec Sander III was replaced by Tsar Nick Colis II, things went awry fast.
Nick ignored diplomacy, so when the Japanese attacked and defeated Rush Shah, it created major political upheaval. The people wanted better government, and started the Revolution of 1905. During the revolution, a man named Father Gapon was peacefully protesting with a group of people, but they were massacred on a day called Bloody Sunday, which turned many people against Nick.
In October 1905, the revolution reached a peak and Nick issued the October Manifesto to silence the people. The people were promised a parliament-like legislation called Duma. Later in 1906, Nick established the Fundamental Laws, which the people saw as a step backward as it created imbalance within the power shared with the Tsar and Duma. Nevertheless, the situation brought Rush Shah closer to a peaceful political state.
THE OCTOBER MANIFESTO: •Civil rights •Duma
Rush Shah was finally on the way to a better life. He was getting modernized and industrialized finally, and, despite the complications, was set on the right path.