Bolshevik Revolution Women's Roles

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The first two decades of Communist government after the Bolshevik Revolution led to significant changes in family structure within the Soviet Union as a result of Bolshevik ideology, changes in the workplace, and a number of new laws introduced at this time. Bolshevik ideology had a major impact upon family structure during the first two decades of Communist government following the revolution, as it presented new ideas about the role of the individual, the family, and the state and the way these roles interact. In particular, this ideology had the most significant impact on women and ideas about the rights of women as individuals and the role which women play in the family and the workplace. These changes in regards to how women were viewed

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