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After World War I, why were conditions ripe for social and political change in Russia, but not in the United States?

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During the war, Russia suffered great losses, there was great corruption in the country, the economy, not that it did not progress, but regressed. All this has led to unenviable positions and is bringing Russia to misery, which meant that they have to change a lot in both the social and political fields.

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