LSDWPLatvian Social Democratic Workers Party (Latvia; political party)
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(27) Although the first major petition from the Baltic Provinces came from some 200 Latvian intellectuals in April, the overall level of mobilization and impact generated by the campaign was greater in the Estonian areas than the Latvian ones, largely because the LSDWP did not actively support it.
In the Latvian case, as we have seen, the rural population showed uncommon activism already early in 1905, certainly in part because of the LSDWP's long-term organizational efforts in the countryside.
Once again aided by the organizational experience of the LSDWP, the trade union movement in the Latvian areas took off quickly during the "Days of Freedom." In November 1905 in Riga, for example, trade union membership already reached 15,000.