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  1. Bailey K

    The violence the Soviets committed against all and any types of religions is a sad consequence of the new government that was put in place. Since Marx called religion the “opium of the people”, it’s no wonder that the fiercely loyal Marxists attacked religious structures and clergy. The Bolshevik government sought to create a ‘complete’ socialist society–and they wanted overturn the symbols of the ‘old’ society like churches.

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  2. carlin

    The role of religion under the Bolsheviks is often cast aside for more popular topics in political, economic, and social change (I know that’s what I did in my post!), so this was really great. I think recognizing the diminishing powers of the church is important in understanding the mentality of the new state. Knowing the Bolshevik stance on religion gives insight into the focus of their “movement”/regime. Religion would have hindered their ability to promote science and remove superstition. Overall, truly a great post. Just long enough to understand the Bolshevik stance, but not muddled with facts to distract from the overall point.

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  3. A. Nelson

    Source of the quote in the first paragraph?

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    • seeingred

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  4. sean5221

    I find the topic of religion especially within Russia to be extremely interesting and with the incorporation of the Bolshevik stance this post was extremely interesting. As described in the comment above the Bolsheviks wanted to create a socialist society and they wanted to destroy all symbols of the old order like churches. This I think is really interesting because Russia is a very religious place so this action by the Bolsheviks was harsh. Overall great post very interesting.

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