Richard Pipes Separation Between The Political And Social Revolution

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Thank you for the post and I couldn’t agree with you more with regards to Nicholas II and as a fellow scientist I appreciate your analogy. As I survive as a historian I keep comparing historical lenses in the same way I use multiple tools in the diagnosis of disease. I think Richard Pipes has summed up the significance of the cultural changes occurring among the revolutionary peasants as a major influence in the military unrest and decaying discipline. I particular enjoyed the Ferro article and how in elucidated the separation between the political and social revolutions that independently collided to form the final events in Russia. I believe it was Nicholas’s inability to address all the revolutionary influences affecting his nation.
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