Workers of Paris.
Peasants of Normandy.
Army officer corps
Was a conservative member of the House of Lords
Founded the independent labor party in 1901
Proposed the "peoples Budget" of 1909 which included a progressive income tax
Was responsible for the passage of the second reform bill
German Social Democratic Party
Independent Labour Party
International Workingmen's Association
Sir James Frazer
Thomas Henry Huxley
Extended the language and culture of Greater Russia over all non-Russian subjects
Was not accomplished by coercion or physical oppression
Was intended to destroy the populist movement
Did not involve pogroms
Control their irrational impulses through artistic expression
Master the world through a "will to faith"
Transcend the bounds of cultural conformity
Reform social, economic and political organizations
A conflict between Bolsheviks and Mensheviks
The inflammatory writings of Lenin
The October Manifesto
Russia's defeat in the RUsso-Japanese war
Founded the Women's Social and Political Union
Was killed when she threw herself under the king's horse at a derby
Delivered a speech before the parliament denouncing the suffragette movement
Was murdered during a socialist rally in London
"Rise up to defend the British by keeping the Home fires burning"
"Actively seek out those who oppose the traditional station of women and defeat them"
"Seek their way in the world independently of their husbands"
"Temper this wild struggle for place and power"
Provided for open elections for a legislative body, the Duma, which paved the way for the peaceful transition to a constitutional monarchy in 1907
Created the Ocrana, the secret police, which ruthlessly crushed all opposition to the Tsar
Completed the work begun by the Treaty of Portsmouth, which ended the Russo-Japanese war, which called for the transfer of territory in the east to Japan
Guaranteed individual liberties, more liberal franchise for the election of a Duma, and veto powers for the Duma--- all of which Nicholas repealed over the next 2 years
Contradicted the literal interpretation of the bible
Showed the world governed by random chance, and constant undirected struggle
Flatly denied the existence of a supreme being
Stated that human beings had evolved, over time, from monkeys.
Equal pay for equal work
Equal access to employment