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History: Getting Started

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"We can be almost certain of
being wrong about the future, if
we are wrong about the past"  
C. K. Chesterton (1874-1936)
Philosopher, journalist, art critic, lay theologian
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File:Repin 17October.jpg
Ilya Repin's oil on canvas: Demonstration on October 17, 1905.
The October Manifesto was a first step toward a Russian national constitution, a step away from a Tsarist autocracy. Its supporters approved the basic rights it promised; its detractors decried its failure to promote a genuinely democratic government.
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