What were the main causes of the Russian Revolution?

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The main causes of the Russian Revolution of 1917 were a lack of land for farmers, poor working conditions for factory workers, an outdated ruling system, and a general dislike for Tsar Nicholas II. The revolution cost many lives in Russia and result in the slaughter of the entire royal family. This lead the country to move from a monarchy to a socialist state which embraced communism. It would not be until 1992 that the country became a federation with elected officials.
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