The Russian Revolution
Summary: These podcasts, produced by the Choices Education Program at Brown University, bring university scholars into secondary level classrooms. They are designed to be used along with printed curriculum materials that are available at www.choices.edu. The printed curriculum unit The Russian Revolution focuses on the political and economic conditions that led to the fall of the tsar and explores the competing political ideologies that Russian people debated in 1917. For more information visit www.choices.edu/russianrevolution
Why was Lenin such an effective politician?
Could democracy have succeeded in Russia in 1917?
What was the legacy of the Russian Revolution?
Who are you and what do you do?
How was Russian society divided?
How was Russia ruled under the tsars?
What group of people triggered the 1905 Revolution?
What were Petr Stolypin’s ideas?
How did the ruling class see the future of Russia?
Why was World War I a catastrophe?
What triggered the 1917 Revolution?
Interpreting the Volga Barge Haulers.
Why was Lenin a successful politician?
Why is Russia's population shrinking?
What did the Liberals want?