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1

who influenced AIII strong commitment to autocracy

his tutor Pobedonostev

2

how did AIII begin his reign

hanging those involved in fathers assassination, manifesto of unshakeable autocracy and law on exceptional measures

3

what did the law on exceptional measures declare

commander in chief could be appointed to take control of a locaility, using military police courts and arbitrary powers of imprisonment if necessary

4

what happened to loris meilkov proposals and reforming ministers under AIII

proposals abandoned and ministers resigned

5

who did AIII rely heavily on

conservatives

6

who was AIII first internal minister and who was he replaced by in 1882

ignatiev replaced by tolstoy

7

minister for education

delyanov

8

over procurator of holy synod

pobedonostev

9

how did Katkov help AIII

he was a journalist who helped justify AIII conservative views to literate public

10

what did land captains have the power to do

override elections to zemstva and village assemblies and disregard zemstvo decisions

11

what were land captains made responsible for

law enforcement and gov in countryside

12

what could land captains ignore

normal judicial process, overturned court judgements

13

how were election arrangements changed in 1890

reduce peasants vote and placed zemstva under central gov control

14

what happened to the electorate of towns in 1892

reduced to owners of property above a certai calue

mayor and members of town councils subject to gov direction

15

who were the police led by 1881-1884

Von Plehve

16

what were the changes in policing at this time

no of police increased and new branches of criminal investigation dept set ip

17

what was there a drive to recruit in police

spies, counter spies and agents provocateurs

18

what could any area of the empire be deemed as by the 1882 statute on police surveillance

an area of subversion

19

what could police do to convicts, those aware of crimes and relatives of convicts under statute on police surveillance

arrest, detain, question, imprison or exile

20

what did the 1885 decree provide that minister of justice did

exercise greater control

21

what powers were the ministry of justice granted in 1887

hold closed court sessions

22

what did ministry of justice become responsible for in 1889

appointment of town judges

23

what were raised in 1887

property and educational qualifications needed by jurors

24

who were volost courts put under jurisdiction of 1889

Land Captains- countryside
judges- towns

25

what did delyanovs university charter make appointmens of staff subject to

religious moral and patriotic orientations rather than academic grounds

26

what did delyanov close and abolish

closed universities for women and abolished separate uni courts

27

what happened to primary education under delyanov

lowest class children restricted to primary education

placed in hands of church

28

why were education policies of dubious value

ran counter to govs attmepts to promote economic modernisation and failed to prevent student involvement in illegal polticial movements

29

what were temporary regulations established by tolstoy

allowed papers to be closed down and ban placed on publishirs, cnsors more active, censorship extended to theatre art and culture

30

what law was introduced in may 1881

reduced redemption fees payable and cancels arrears of some ex serfs