The industrial development. The Russian and Chinese revolutions both

The Russian and Chinese revolutions both lead to new ideas and concepts within their countries that were both rapidly changing. Russia and China’s government had massive power and got rid of any opposition saying that they would become allies with other countries. Each country had been encountering many connections and wanting to change their ways and interactions with other countries such as China. Each revolution had similarities in their way of communism, and industrial development. The Russian and Chinese revolutions both got rid of the class system and the ruling of them. Both revolutions were caused by multiple communist revolutions that were both led by parties based off of the Marxist ideologies. Another similarity is that the common middle class were mostly victims of communist chaos. Both the Russians and Chinese supported the Communist feminism which was directed by the state, and working women were encouraged by the state, along with political and economic equality. Both of the communist ideas in these revolutions also involved the countryside, as the estates were taken away and distributed to peasants, which eventually led to extreme famine. The idea of each country involving industrial development meant they both wanted modernization in their countries. Both states saw this to end the extreme poverty happening, and to build a bigger military because of the hostility arising in the world. The Russian and Chinese revolutions had similar outcomes as both nations ended up creating a communist government. Both governments failed because both ended up creating oppressive ruling styles. Each person was ruled by one man and although everyone was equal it still wasn’t in favor of everyone. The failure that some could say of the Russian Revolution could be the product of war,  foreign intervention an economic collapse, and the backwardness of Russia.Both of these Revolutions made a huge impact on the thinking and lifestyle that would go on onto our generations today, and on the view of the outside world and the way they think. The legacy of revolution will still have different viewpoints from others but the ideas and upbringings in these revolution still contribute to the world today.