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In September, a general strike was called, with workers in St Petersburg setting up a Soviet (workers’ council). This worried the middle class, so Nicholas II quickly issued the October Manifesto, promising a Duma (parliament), free speech and the freedom to form political parties. The Cadets were satisfied and ended their opposition. The Tsar used troops to crush the revolution. Many were arrested or exiled. ● With the revolution over, Nicholas broke his promises. The Fundamental Law gave little power to the Duma, and elections were structured to give most seats to the wealthy.
Stalin also developed a personality cult to show himself as the true successor of Lenin. Statues and posters of Stalin appeared everywhere, and towns and streets were named after him. ● To gain the support of young people, Stalin ordered all history books to be re-written to show that he, not Trotsky or the other Communists, was the most important leader after Lenin. The Communist leaders of the 1920s were deleted from books and photographs, or were depicted as opponents of Lenin A poster of Stalin, 1930s and agents of capitalist countries.
Sovnarkom abolished the property rights of noble landowners, promised an immediate end to the war and self-determination for different nationalities. ● Just before his overthrow, Kerensky had set a date for elections to a new Constituent Assembly. The Bolsheviks won only 175 seats out of 707 while the SRs won 370. By then the SRs had split and the Left SRs formed a coalition with the Bolsheviks. The Bolsheviks closed down the Assembly as counter-revolution from the Cadets and pro-Tsarist groups threatened.
5 Steps to a 5 AP English Literature (5 Steps to a 5 on the Advanced Placement Examinations, 2014-2015 Edition, 5th Edition) by Barbara Murphy, Estelle Rankin