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Q: Which of the following was made up of professional revolutionaries who struggled against autocracy in Russia in the late 1800s? a. The People’s Will c. Emancipation Edict b.
Pan-Slavism d. Social Democratic Labor Party
A: D.Social democratic labor party was made up of professional revolutionaries who struggled against autocracy in Russia in the late 1800s.
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User: Which of the following was made up of professional revolutionaries who struggled against autocracy in Russia in the late 1800s? a. The People’s Will c. Emancipation Edict b. Pan-Slavism d. Social Democratic Labor Party

Weegy: D.Social democratic labor party was made up of professional revolutionaries who struggled against autocracy in Russia in the late 1800s.
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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
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User: In general, no one supported Alexander II’s decision to end serfdom true or false

User: Kulturkampf was a. an anti-democracy program. c. a pro-democracy movement. b. an anti-Bismarck program. d. an anti-Catholic moment.

Weegy: Kulturkampf was an anti-Catholic movement. [ ]
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User: Bismarck resigned because a. William II wanted absolute power. c. of pressure from Austria. b. of socialist demands. d. of loss of control of the Reichstag

Weegy: b. of socialist demands.
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User: The Zollverein was a. a German pro-unification movement. c. a customs union. b. a powerful aristocratic landlord. d. the Prussian royal family.

Weegy: C. a customs union. The Zollverein, or German Customs Union, was a coalition of German states formed to manage customs and economic policies within their territories.
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