Differences between Bolshevik and Mensheviks

Asked by rajabisht1993 | 18th Feb, 2020, 07:30: AM

Expert Answer:

Basic difference between the Bolsheviks and the Mensheviks:
  • Mensheviks were a group of people who represented a minority section of the society and they believed in gradual changes and establishment of a parliamentary form of government (France and Britain). Bolsheviks represented a majority of the socialists who wanted revolution.
  • Bolsheviks believed in the necessity of a revolution led and controlled by the proletariat only, whereas Mensheviks (believed that a collaboration with the bourgeoisie (capitalists and industrialists) was necessary.

Answered by Shubhali Kulshrestha | 18th Feb, 2020, 09:08: AM

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