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Q: Who was behind the terrorist attacks which destabilized Alexander II? a. Karl Marx c. Social Democratic Labor Party b. People’s Will d. Duma
A: c. Social Democratic Labor Party
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User: Who was behind the terrorist attacks which destabilized Alexander II? a. Karl Marx c. Social Democratic Labor Party b. People’s Will d. Duma

Weegy: c. Social Democratic Labor Party
feurem|Points 1965|

User: Emancipation Edict

Weegy: Emancipation is any of various efforts to procuring political rights or equality, often for a specifically disenfranchised group, or more generally in discussion of such matters. Emancipation stems from x manus capere ('take out the hand'). [ Among others, Karl Marx discussed political emancipation in his 1844 essay "On the Jewish Question", although often in addition to (or in contrast with) the term human emancipation. ]
jeifunk|Points 11000|

User: Carbonari

Weegy: Carbonaro, plural Carbonari, (Italian dialect: Charcoal Burner), in early 19th-century Italy, member of a secret society (the Carbonaria) advocating liberal and patriotic ideas. [ [ The group provided the main source of opposition to the conservative regimes imposed on Italy by the victorious allies after the defeat of Napoleon in 1815. Their influence prepared the way for the Risorgimento movement, which resulted in Italian unification (1861). ] ]
emdjay23|Points 2639|

User: How was Bismarck able to defeat France? a. Bismarck had superior weapons and technology. c. France had an inferior naval fleet. b. Bismarck had more man power. d. Bismarck used deception to win allies against France

Weegy: How was Bismarck able to defeat France? a. Bismarck had superior weapons and technology
selymi|Points 11641|

User: who led the Italian nationalist movement in the south of Italy.

Weegy: Giuseppe Garibaldi led the Italian nationalist movement in the south of Italy.
andrewpallarca|Points 26813|

User: Why did Alexander III dissolve Duma? a) Alexander III felt that they were not doing their job in carrying out the will of the people. b) Alexander III felt that he would be able to handle creating the reforms that people wanted without having to make the Russian government larger. c) Alexander III felt that the Duma was gaining too much power and trying to enact too much change within Russia and Alexander III was not willing to give up his power as the absolute ruler. d) Alexander III felt that the Duma was not being respected by the people of Russia and dissolved the Duma to create a new more powerful parliament

Weegy: Alexander III disolved Duma because: c) Alexander III felt that the Duma was gaining too much power and trying to enact too much change within Russia and Alexander III was not willing to give up his power as the absolute [ ruler. ]
debnjerry|Points 51801|

User: what is the Emancipation Edict

User: The ___________________ gave Serbia self rule.

Weegy: There are numerous treaties that have granted Serbia increased authority or power, but the Serbians got preliminary independence from the Serbian Revolution from 1804 to 1815. [ This resulted in the Principality of Serbia (which had its own Serbian princes) with partial Ottoman military occupation. In the following decades, the autonomous principality expanded. The Ottomans were eventually forced out of the expanded territory in 1867, giving Serbia complete de facto self-rule. In 1878, the Treaty of Berlin recognized the independence of Serbia by foreign countries. ]
cacaides|Points 194|

User: was Reichstag a russian terrorist group

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