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Peter the Great forced Russians to accept social reforms that would make their culture more
Peter the Great forced Russians to accept social reforms that would make their culture more like that of Western Europeans.
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Peter the Great forced Russians to accept social reforms that would make their culture more like that of Western Europeans.

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