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Tsar Alexander III launched a program of Russification, in which he A. secured foreign investment to develop Russian industry. B. suppressed non-Russian cultures within the empire. C. emancipated the
serfs. D. introduced legal reforms, such as trial by jury.
Tsar Alexander III launched a program of Russification, in which he suppressed non-Russian cultures within the empire.
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