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  • Look At Stalin's Policies
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    Stalin When people here the word "Russia", they immediately think of the poor living conditions which the Russians have been subject to for the last sixty years. They think of the Communist government, and then their thoughts turn to the leader who implanted communism into the Russian government and took away peoples' basic rights. It is the name of a man who ruled Russia by a totalitarian dictatorship for almost thirty years. He set up a government that took control of peoples' lives. There was...
  • Nikita Khrushchev Policies Of De Stalinization
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    Break Stalin Destalinization: A Wise Political Strategy Although many of his ideas did not bring the expected results, Nikita Khrushchev policies of de-Stalinization were politically wise. He went against many of Stalin's tyrannical policies and gave the people a much greater sense of freedom. In the process known as de-Stalinization, legal procedures were restored, some greater degree of meaningful public controversy was permitted, forced labor camps were closed and the secret police tactics of...
  • Stalin's Leadership The Soviet Union
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    ... t Communist leader, the longtime ruler who more tha if the United States had entered early into World War II if the United States had entered early into World War II What if the United States ha Steps Towards The Russian Revolution Steps Towards The Russian Revolution The quotation, 'I shall maintain the principle o The End of The Cold War The End of The Cold War by Rutvij Bhatt United States History II Mrs. Jacquelyn J. Ne Stalin- Did his rule benefit Russian society and the Russian Stalin-...
  • Stalin's Foreign Policy In The 1930's
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    Stalin, Joseph Vissarionovich 1879-1953, Russian revolutionary, head of the USSR (1924-53). A Georgian cobbler's son named Dzhugashvili, he joined the Social-Democratic party while a seminarian and soon became a professional revolutionary. In the 1903 party split (see BOLSHEVISM AND MENSHEVISM) he sided with LENIN. Stalin attended party congresses abroad and worked in the Georgian party press. In 1912 he went to St. Petersburg, where he was elected to the party's central committee. About this ti...
  • Life In Ussr In Stalin's Time
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    Joseph Stalin became leader of the USSR after Lenin's death in 1924. Lenin had a government of abstemious communist government. When Stalin came into government he moved to a radical communist society. He moved away from the somewhat capitalist / communist economy of Lenin time to "modernize" the USSR. He wanted to industrialize and modernize USSR. He had overworked his workers, his people were dying, and most of them in slave labor camps. In fact by doing this Stalin had hindered the USSR and p...
  • Stalin's Anti Semitism
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    Modern World History 5/18/01 Joseph Stalin led the Socialist Soviet Union in the "Revolution from Above", a movement to centralize the government and transform society without popular participation. Because Stalin's radical goals were destructive for the populace to attain, his legitimacy was based on the credibility of his ideological authority. In protection of that conviction, Stalin was in constant fear of competitive initiative and philosophy. Stalin subjected society and culture to strict ...
  • Plan Stalin
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    Stalinism. To mention this term, this policy, is to evoke panic and fright in almost all Russians. Stalin rose to become the dictator of Russia in 1929, and remained in that position until 1953. He morphed the Soviet Union from what was once one of the world's most underdeveloped countries to one of the greatest in industrialization. "Socialism in one country" was his policy, and it quickly became a ubiquitous law. Stalin ruled his country with fear and an atmosphere of terror was constantly pre...
  • Stalin's Foreign Policies
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    Son of a poverty-stricken shoemaker, raised in a backward province, Joseph Stalin had only a minimum of education. However, he had a burning faith in the destiny of social revolution and an iron determination to play a prominent role in it. His rise to power was bloody and bold, yet under his leadership, in an unexplainable twenty-nine years, Russia because a highly industrialized nation. Stalin was a despotic ruler who more than any other individual molded the features that characterized the So...
  • Stalin's Transformation Of Russia
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    Was Stalin's transformation of Russia successful That depends on your definition of success. If success is nothing more than to carry out and prosper with what you intended to do, than I believe that his transformation of Russia was indeed a success. But success also accounts for continuing prosperity, and how the success is achieved. While Stalin's plans may have been more successful than Lenin's Russia or the Tsar's Russia, the mass amounts of death and the eventual fall of Russia, causes me t...
  • Foolish Policies And The Rule Of Brezhnev
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    Khrushchevs Rule Was Characterised By Foolish And Hare-brained Schemes, Brezhnevs Offered Nothing Khrushchevs rule was characterised by foolish and hare-brained schemes, Brezhnevs offered nothing but stagnation. Analyse the domestic history of the USSR in the period 1953-1980 in the light of this assertion. In 1953 the ruthless and powerful ruler of the USSR Josef Stalin died thus ending a period of Russian history which saw the worlds first communist state grow from a country crippled by civil ...
  • Policy Of Collectivization Under Stalin
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    Politics has always been about image. A good image leads to power, it's that simple. Sometimes it is hard to draw the line between a leader who is genuinely interested in improving the lives of his people and one that is interested in filling a few more pages of the already crowded History book. A good example of this is the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in its transition time between 1953 and 1964. The tyrannical rule of Joseph Stalin in the USSR was finally over, and the nation sought a ...

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