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The April Party Conference witnessed a triumph of the new line (112:46,53-4). The Bolshevik party was loosely structured. , But neither Lenin nor the Central Committee could automatically secure submission. Persuasion counted for a great deal. Equally decisive was the agreement of nearly all Bolsheviks about the key immediate goals. This consensus was in embryo in March. Opposition was at its strongest in the Central Committee but was quickly surmounted; at lower levels, those party members who objected left the Bolsheviks (112:49).
The Second Soviet Congress would undoubtedly put the party in charge of the central soviet apparatus. Working-class opinion had swung in favour of Kerenski's removal; and it seemed as if the the trend was irreversible, especially as the Bolsheviks were willing to adjust policies to take account of demands from the factories: the adoption of the slogan of 'workers' control' in May 1917 was a vivid example (117:155). The bid for peasant support was raised too. Lenin, recognising rural suspicions of his land nationalisation proposal, declared instead that the land should become the property of 'the entire people'.
E. Lvov owed his elevation not only to liberal pressure upon the emperor to abdicate but also to the Soviet's acquiescence. 'Dual power' was built into the post-revolutionary settlement. The uneasy symbiosis of Government and Soviet in the capital had its parallels across the country as workers and soldiers (and, though not so quickly, peasants) established a profusion of soviets and other sectional mass organisations. If anything, the fragility of the governmental apparatus was greater in the provinces.