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Following the seizure of power in Russia '''terror''' was employed to suppress opposition to [[Bolshevik]] rule, see [[Wikipedia:Red terror]].  
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Following the seizure of power in Russia '''terror''' was employed to suppress opposition to [[Bolshevik]] rule, see [[Wikipedia:Red terror]]. Terror was never intended to be a substitute for democratic rule, but, after decades of patient political work, political support for communist rule had not developed and the regime collapsed despite good faith reform efforts by [[Michael Gorbachev]] and his colleagues.
  
 
See [[Wikipedia:Template:Repression in the Soviet Union]]
 
See [[Wikipedia:Template:Repression in the Soviet Union]]

Revision as of 08:04, 23 June 2017

Following the seizure of power in Russia terror was employed to suppress opposition to Bolshevik rule, see Wikipedia:Red terror. Terror was never intended to be a substitute for democratic rule, but, after decades of patient political work, political support for communist rule had not developed and the regime collapsed despite good faith reform efforts by Michael Gorbachev and his colleagues.

See Wikipedia:Template:Repression in the Soviet Union