Human rights in the Soviet Union

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St. Vladimir's Cathedral in Astrakhan, which served as a bus station in Soviet times.

Human rights in the Soviet Union have been viewed differently, one view by the communist ideology adopted by the Soviet Union and another by its critics. The Soviet Union was established after a revolution that ended centuries of Tsarist monarchy. The emerging Soviet leaders sought to establish a new order and understanding of equality based on Marxist–Leninist ideology.

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