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What Are The Positive Effects Of The Russian Revolution

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RUSSIAN REVOLUTION

The Russian revolution of 1905 was a wave of mass political and social unrest that spread through vast areas of the Russian empire. Most of the Russian population were agriculturalist with impoverished and highly taxed peasants. Dominance of aristocrats and clergy was there in government. Industries were being set up which was mostly private property of industrialist. Workers in cities lived in overcrowded apartments and poor conditions. Ideas of enlightment like democracy, rights of individual and accountable government. It was spread from Western Europe to Russia in 19th century. Romanovs were absolute monarchs since 17th century. In 1894 tsar Nicholas was influenced by Rasputin a mystic. Karl Marx gave the theory of communism. He said workers as proletariat which means they should only rule. Vladimir changed the theory he said some of the proletariat should stand further and prefer dictatorship. After
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This is also a negative effect because communism replaces czarist rule. After the revolution, Lenin created free education throughout Russia. Children learned communist ideas but they were still educated about the world. Another positive effect was that Lenin made the eight hour working day, which greatly improved working condition.
The negative effect was that the Russian revolution had many positive effects on Russia, but it also had many negative effects on the world. One negative effect was the spread of communism around the world that was the reason for world war11. Another negative effect was that 15 million people die after the Bolsheviks and anti- Bolsheviks sweep Russia. After the revolution, people’s freedom was lost and people couldn’t read and write, or say whatever they want. People were also not allowed to celebrate religion as religious leaders were murdered and church were
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