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There was a great deal of tension between the Russian people and the autocracy during the early 20th century which was brought about by the poor leadership by the autocracy The way the country was beining run was out dated and unprogressive so as the rest of Europe was growing as a result of the industrial revolution Russia was being left behind Russia was struggling to keep up mainly because the economy was quickly modernising and the autocratic political system was holding it back Because of all the social and economic changes it was necessary for the political system to change but the Tsar - who was still held up his views that he held the divine right to rule and his abilities were without flaw - would not listen to the cries of the people no matter how loud he would simply send out the armies to scilence the people This continued untill 1905 where things got so bad that somthing had to change Russias demise was mostly brought about by the Ineptness of Tsar Nicholas II and his belief in the dying political system of autocrecy Autocrecy is a form of absoultism the head of the autocratic system has absolute political power over everyone Furthermore the leader of the autocracy had a religious dimension attached to attached to them they were the head of the Curch as well as the chief government power and thus rule by divine right which made many of the god fearing peasents too afraid to rebell Nicholas was also a very stubborn weak-willed leader this stubbornness paired with his delusional belief that he was appointed by god as all Tsars are was all it took to halt any progress of change in Russia because any changes would provide a possible oppoonient to Tsarist powerFrom these facts it is obvious that that Nicholas was the wrong person for the task of leading Russia through this time of great
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