Socialism in Europe and the Russian Revolution tells us about the evolution of Socialism in Europe. The revolution changed the whole society entirely and raised different questions about the well-being of peasants and workers as well as questions on economic equality. Before the 18th century, the society was divided into orders and estates and the church and aristocracy were responsible for controlling social and economical power. However, after the revolution, things started to change and people did not want to live under the orders of a higher caste of people. The colonies' development reshaped the idea of social change. Learn the chapter in detail with the help of the revision notes for Class 9 Social Science History Chapter 2 Socialism in Europe and the Russian Revolution by Vedantu. Download the PDF now!