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None of the "progressive" newspapers are not condemned this monstrous provocation revolutionary demons against the government. Some left-liberal press organs shamelessly even tried to use it in the fight against the royal power. And there were those who represented the true national Azefs "avenger of the oppressed Jews." Case Azev once again laid bare the enormity of the means used by demons, and once again drew attention to the Jewish question. Despite the tsarist government accusations of anti-Semitism, many laws concerning the Jews of the Russian Empire were not respected in practice. First of all, it concerned the Pale of Settlement. May 22, 1907 the government banned a special circular to local authorities to instal in the Pale of Settlement Jews who during the years of the revolution before it is settled. The Jews were the tenants and owners of many rural properties. Jewish organizations have created a number of special banks to provide cheap credit, and the government in every way patronized these banks, highlighting them with resources from the funds of the Central Bank. The majority of the Russian population such benefits had.

Jeremiah: I Wouldn't Be Tempted If Temptation Wasn't So Tempting! by Ron Wheeler

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