But most importantly, I would like to ask both senators where the goat and the cabbage where? The king issued a manifesto for the granting of freedoms, people excitedly poured into the streets - some reason to believe that these are legitimate (in fact allowed the freedom of assembly and demonstrations!) Speeches in support of the tsar's manifesto were anti-government in nature? But on such approval is based logic of both senators and repeats them Solzhenitsyn:  "I dare say, in such a frantic glee apparent trait and unintelligent and unkind: the inability to stay on the border measures. What pushed the Jews among these ignorant (- SR) Kiev jubilant gatherings so boldly betray osmeshke that even common people holy  Understanding unapproved position in the state of its people, their loved ones - if they could 18 19 October to dozens of cities do not rush into a demonstration with such fervor to become their soul, and sometimes a majority? "(p. 375).