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The Russian Revolution of 1905 had its roots in _____. World War I Russo-Japanese War the discovery of vast oil fields economic and political issues
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User: The Russian Revolution of 1905 had its roots in _____. World War I Russo-Japanese War the discovery of vast oil fields economic and political issues

Weegy: The Russian Revolution of 1905 had its roots in the Russo-Japanese War.


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User: What did the "October Manifesto" do? granted freedom of speech and assembly opened the door to a capitalistic economic system freed the serfs created an elected legislature

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The "October Manifesto" created an elected legislature, the Duma.
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