"It was inevitable that the revolution of 1905 would fail." Discuss

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As an autocrat, the Tsar had absolute power. He felt he had a divine right to rule Russia and unlimited control over the people of Russia. He made the law, and because of his pro-military attitude, enforced it harshly. He believed reforms would undermine him as an autocrat, so he would not allow it...
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He believed reforms would undermine him as an autocrat, so he would not allow it. His personal attributes give reason to believe that it was inevitable that the revolution of 1905 would fail, simply because he would not allow it to happen. Another reason that would suggest it was inevitable that revolution would fail is the backing the Tsar had...
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