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To what extent did the lives of women improve in Soviet Russia?

It was during the Soviet period that women were given the opportunity to study, to train, to work and for personal development. Men and women became legally equal under Lenin in 1917 (really needed labourers). However the introduction of certain marriage laws, men could leave women and children and have no responsibility and women would have little marital rights.

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