Q- Define Bolsheviks and Mensheviks.
1. They believed that Russia could directly go from an absolute monarchy to a communist society.
2. They drew less public attention than Mensheviks.
3. Believed in a highly centralized party of professional revolutionaries.
4. They scorned other ideologies.
5. Not willing to work with middle class for their revolutionary aims.
6. Bolsheviks means ‘A member of Majority’.
1. They believed in going ahead step by step to make the country communist.
2. Mensheviks drew more public support because of their inclusive ideas.
3. They believed in more Democratic Party structure that allowed agreements.
4. Inclusive in their approach to other political parties.
5. They were willing to work with middle class for their revolutionary end.
6. Mensheviks means ‘A member of the Minority’.