Karl Marx's Influence On A Russia, Vladimir Lenin

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Karl Marx’s theory of socialism spread throughout the world and many individuals would support. Marx especially influenced a Russian, Vladimir Lenin. After the Tsarist Autocracy was overthrown Lenin would travel back to Russia from Europe where he learned of Marxist socialism. After his return to Russia he would eventually lead a Russian socialist revolution to take control of the nation. He would gain support and eventually rule the nation under his own variation of socialism, Marxism-Leninism. While Marx believed that a wageless society would take place after economic conditions were met in a capitalist society purely due to the current conditions, Lenin believed that in order for socialism to be achieved somebody must lead a movement. Lenin

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