The Russian Revolutions and the Soviet Socialism
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A movement for radical change gained more and more participants in various parts of the world, culminating in the Russian Revolution of 1917, which started up a new era. The revolutionary process in the early twentieth century, inspired by socialists and communists, transcended the borders of Europe and America. The path followed by the Soviet Union alarmed some and inspired others, provoking internal and external debates and confrontations that marked the history of the twentieth century. With the end of the Cold War and the Soviet Union, it is possible to rethink these events.