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Evaluating the Bolshevik Revolution

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I have been studying the Bolshevik Revolution and am having trouble understanding and relating everything around it. I am really struggling to understand one of the main concepts of one of my readings. I was hoping to get a detailed understanding of this.

How do sociological perspectives relate to this quote?:
"The Bolshevik Revolution produced unintended results because its leaders overreacted to the failures of 1848 and 1871 and drew authoritarian lessons from them."
How do different perspectives and sociological ideas relate to that statement?
How does the film "La Commune" relate to this quote?
Do the sociological perspectives prove this quote to be correct or incorrect and if so why? Please give me some examples so I can really understand.
How does Edward Carr's, "The Bolshevik Revolution" tie into this quote?
How does Theda Skocpol's "States and Social Revolutions" relate to this quote?

I am doing a lot of research on this topic based on this quote as my core idea so information for the questions I have would be great! Thank you!

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Bolshevik Resolution is evaluated. The sociological perspectives which relate to the quotes are given.