The Bolshevik revolution was a Marxist movement that evolved into the communist party

The Bolshevik revolution was a Marxist movement that evolved into the communist party

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The Bolshevik revolution was a Marxist movement that evolved into the communist Party. The question was about the Bolshevik revolution and how it affected the women of the society. During the revolution, women were given rights that had so far been unheard of in other countries such as the USA and France. These rights and freedoms included working and abortion. Did the revolution improve their lives? There are two conflicting theories in the Mitchell text. History Professor Richard Little believes that their lives were improved by allowing women to work, which set forth their emancipation. Russian Scholar Lesley A. Rimmel disagrees arguing that the women of the Revolution were “mobilized as producers and re producers of the male political agenda” (Mitchell, 163). I believe the latter to be true. The agenda for the males was a socialist revolution and the females were fighting a gender revolution. The men gave these women their rights and left them thinking they were getting somewhere in society, but
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2010 for the course HIST 2 taught by Professor Heideman,a during the Summer '09 term at Front Range Community College.

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