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Peter Stolypin and the Duma

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Transcript of Peter Stolypin and the Duma

Aims/Goals Improve peasant life


Stabilize economy


Reform an autocratic state Relationship w/ Nicholas II Conservative


Appointed Prime Minister - 1906


Nicholas II - opposed to power being limited by democratic institutions Reforms Agrarian Reform

Government Reform

Legal Reform

Education/Taxation The Dumas
(“deliberation") Tsar Nicholas II


The Four Dumas Pros & Cons


During World War 1 Jenny Chen
Alejandro Portillo
Romero Peter Stolypin
&
the Dumas Background
Info. Dumas Relationship w/ Peter Stolypin Dumas Meetings Decree of Nov. 9, 1906 More freedom in selection of "Zemstvo" New court system Born 1862 - aristocratic family

Family served Russian monarchy Governor of Grodno (1902) & Saratov (1903) provinces First genuine attempt toward parliamentary government in
Russia.


Duma met through 1906-1917


Bolshevik Revolution ended the Duma More freedom in selection of "Zemstvo"

New Electoral Law (1907) Reluctant to compromise with government


Forced to enact by decree Economic turmoil


Autocratic, illiberal regime


Political unrest (1905 - Leftists violent campaign) State of Russia Cancelled "Redemption debts"

Individual ownership of land

Agrarian Party THE DEEP QUESTIONS? 3 Footnotes 1 Waldron, Peter. "Liberal Reform in an Illiberal Regime. The Creation of Private
Property in Russia, 1906-1915." Canadian Slavonic Papers 50.1/2 (2008):
273-74. ProQuest. Web. 5 Feb. 2013. <http://search.proquest.com/docview/
274714284/13C1093CF6E33C2FB71/9?accountid=1151>. 1 2 5 6 5 Cohen, Aaron J. "Between Two Revolutions: Stolypin and the Politics of Renewal
in Russia." Canadian Slavonic Papers 42.3 (2000): 386-87. ProQuest. Web. 5
Feb. 2013. <http://search.proquest.com/docview/274676358/
13C107F3EFE367B407A/1?accountid=1151>. Overall, his reforms achieved little success


Assassinated in 1911 4 4 Reynolds, Maura. "The Russia That Might Have Been August 1914." Los Angelos
Times [Los Angelos] 13 Aug. 1989: 1. ProQuest. Web. 10 Feb. 2013.
<http://search.proquest.com/docview/280910079/13C29E12ADC12570B68/
1?accountid=1151>. Works Cited Do you believe Stolpyin's reforms would have been successful if enacted in a different time period/situation?


How does Stolypin portray the peasant class and what is his reason for doing so?


Do Stolypin's intentions in the second excerpt demonstrate a liberal or conservative mind-set? Mikhail Rodzianko 2 Waldron, Peter. "Liberal Reform in an Illiberal Regime. The Creation of Private
Property in Russia, 1906-1915." 3 Waldron, Peter. "Liberal Reform in an Illiberal Regime. The Creation of Private
Property in Russia, 1906-1915." 6 Waldron, Peter. "Liberal Reform in an Illiberal Regime. The Creation of Private
Property in Russia, 1906-1915." Ascher, Abraham. P.A. Stolypin: The Search for Stability in Late Imperial
Russia. Stanford: Stanford Univesrity, 2001. Print. Biographical Dictionary of Modern World Leaders: 1900–1991. New York: n.p.,
2003. Modern World History Online. Web. 7 Feb. 2013.
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in Russia." Canadian Slavonic Papers 42.3 (2000): 386-87. ProQuest. Web. 5
Feb. 2013. <http://search.proquest.com/docview/274676358/
13C107F3EFE367B407A/1?accountid=1151>. Reynolds, Maura. "The Russia That Might Have Been August 1914." Los Angelos
Times [Los Angelos] 13 Aug. 1989: 1. ProQuest. Web. 10 Feb. 2013.
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274714284/13C1093CF6E33C2FB71/9?accountid=1151>. "October Manifesto." Encyclopædia Britannica. Encyclopædia Britannica Online School Edition.
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<http://school.eb.com/eb/article-9035661>. "Fundamental Laws." Encyclopædia Britannica. Encyclopædia Britannica Online School Edition.
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