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There was a lot of discontent in Russia...the peasants, the workers, the non-Russian national minorities....where you have discontent, you have a ripe breeding ground for revolution.
Add to it, the Czar's disastrous showing in the field during WW I, Rasputin being detested by everyone, peasant and noble alike, economic inflation as a result of WW I, and the growing hatred of the Czar and all he represented.

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