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The Failures and Causes of Russian Revolution

The revolutionary events of 1917 were caused by the inadequate development of the economy, the lack of stability and resistance of social and political relations. All this was sufficiently coming from the unresolved problems during the revolution of 1905–1907.

The First World War contributed to the emergence of a nationwide conflict in the country, overstretching economic opportunities and socio-political relations.

The heavy losses of Russia have led to a decrease in the authority of the authorities, an increase in embitterment in society, and deterioration in living conditions.

At the end of 1916, the crisis of the tops was particularly acute. It manifested itself in military defeats, “ministerial leapfrog,” that is, in the frequent change of ministers. A large role in the country played Rasputin, who powerfully influenced the royal family. Rasputin finally undermined the authority of tsarism. The murder of Rasputin at the end of 1916 did not save the situation. By 1917, a Moderate conflict arose due to the First World War and the inability of the supreme authority to cope with the urgent problems.

All this led to the growth of the strike and anti-war movement, and then to the February revolutionary explosion.

Since February 23, 1917, the capital of the empire was swept by a wave of demonstrations of workers. On February 25, a strike struck the whole of Petrograd. It was organized by the Socialists and was of a revolutionary nature. On February 26, the transition to the side of the workers of the troops of the Petrograd garrison began, and on February 27, two centers of power arose: the Provisional Committee of the Fourth State Duma and the Provisional Executive Committee of the Petrograd Soviet.

The monarchy in Russia ceased to exist. On March 3, 1917 appeared a declaration on the establishment of the Provisional Government.

The attempt of the Provisional Government to adopt the new Constitution of the country was unsuccessful, as was the attempt to convene the Constituent Assembly because of the inability to control the entire territory of the country, the unwillingness to end the armed conflict by the Bolsheviks, and the inability to perform effective organizational activities. Russia could not independently determine the path by which it would like to go, choosing between the monarchy, the bourgeois, and Bolshevik revolutions.

The revolutionary events of 1917 were caused by the inadequate development of the economy, the lack of stability and resistance of social and political relations. All this was sufficiently coming from the unresolved problems during the revolution of 1905–1907.

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