What Were the Causes of the 1905 Revolution?

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The Russian revolt of 1905 was by the serfs (slaves) against the autocratic C'zar. The serfs requested the C'zar to reduce taxes and provide better working conditions. He refused to do so and they revolted against him and his nobles.
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