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Russian revolutionairies known as the Bolsheviks were led by Vladimir Lenin. The Bolshevik philosophy was based on the writings of Karl Marx. What happened as a result? A. All land and businesses
were promised to the people. B. All land was to be sold to individual farmers for privitization of farms. C. Freedom to conduct business without government intervention was put in place immediately. D. Workers were given all the bread they could eat, but nothing more.
A. All land and businesses were promised to the people.
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