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What caused the Russian Revolution—and what did it achieve?
The Provisional Government assembled in the Winter Palace at 9pm on 25 October to “work out methods for the resolute and final liquidation of the Bolsheviks”.
Within a decade of the revolution a regime was taking shape in Russia that pushed back everything revolutionaries had fought for.
The October insurrection in Russia would not have succeeded had it not been for the Bolshevik party. The Bolsheviks are still the best model for how revolutionaries should organise.