How far did the achievements of Alexander II, between 1855-1881, justify his claim to be the "Tsar Liberator"?
This essay is to consider the achievements and reforms of Alexander II in the view of being a revolutionary liberator.
You can't really help thinking whether Alexander II's motives were entirely unselfish.
He probably got his intentions and reality mixed up. Maybe he really wanted to do good but his methods doomed his good thoughts straight away. So whose fault was it that the emancipation failed? The peasants are hardly to blame, they are, after all, the victims here. The nobility really showed off their selfishness and cruel-heartedness by giving the peasants a hard time about the land…
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