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during the late 1700s, the russian nobility:
A)adopted the muslim religion and customs
B)spoke french and adopted other western european ways.
c)rejected western europe as a decadent culture
d)embraced the ideas of karl marx.
my choice b

As believers in communism bolsheviks:

A)proposed a new society in which corporations have power
b)supported the czars
C)immigrated to russia from other places
D)wanted a new society led by workers.
my choice is d.

  • geography -

    Right on both. :-)

  • geography -

    the russian revolution in 1917 established

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