The Russian Revolution of October 1917 was not a bolt from the blue. Foreseeable, long-awaited, inevitable, and overwhelming, it first affected a small group: the Bolsheviks. Then it spread like an oil slick due to the infiltration of those same Bolsheviks into the soviets of workers and peasants’ deputies across the country. In the end, the revolution prevented the Constituent Assembly, democratically elected in December 1917, from meeting and beginning the transitional stage of a new course in Russian history.
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