HistoryBolsheviks belonged to which ideology group?

Bolsheviks belonged to which ideology group?


  1. A
    Centrist ideology
  2. B
    Right-wing
  3. C
    Left-wing
  4. D
    None of the above  

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    Solution:

    Bolsheviks belonged to the left-wing ideology group.
    The Bolsheviks were a far-left, revolutionary Marxist faction founded by Vladimir Lenin. They split from the Mensheviks at the Second Party Congress of the Marxist Russian Social Democratic Labour Party, a revolutionary socialist political party founded in 1898. Hence, the revolutionary group, the Bolsheviks, were thus dedicated to Karl Marx's theories. They held the view that the working classes would eventually free themselves from the economic and political dominance of the ruling classes.
     
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