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    The Five Year Plan (I assume that you are asking about the first of these plans) was Stalin’s plan for the Soviet economy for the years 1928 to 1932. The Soviet Union was a centrally planned...

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    Few people in the history of the world have had an influence on history that has been as significant and as negative as that which Stalin had. Stalin ruled the Soviet Union from the 1920s until...

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    No, I do not think that Stalin was a good leader. He was good at backroom political maneuvering. He was good at coercing people. But he was not a good leader. Some might say he was a good...

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    Stalin established both of these groups for the same reason. They were both meant to strengthen the communist bloc and to strengthen Soviet control of that bloc. After World War II, the Soviet...

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    Clearly, the list of negatives will be quite a bit longer, and it cannot be emphasized enough that no equivalence or balance is implied by stating the positives. But Stalin's rule did witness the...

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    The first factor that allowed Stalin to win was his prowess at building a network of supporters beneath him in the party apparatus. Stalin’s most important post for this purpose was the post of...

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  • Stalin, Joseph
    Stalin, rather than Trotsky, succeeded Lenin because Stalin was the more adept politician and Stalin was better at doing the little things that allowed him to gather power to himself. Trotsky...

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    Trotsky and Stalin found themselves on very different sides of important debates in the aftermath of the Bolshevik Revolution and the death of Lenin. Trotsky argued for a departure of Lenin's New...

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  • Stalin, Joseph
    In his distinct and unique style, Stalin makes the argument that each moment that is slow and not responsive to the demands of a fast pace puts the Soviet Union behind in terms of world...

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  • Stalin, Joseph
    In his speech on Soviet Industrialization, Stalin made it very clear that the foreign policy that it must pursue sets itself up against the Western capitalist nations that have to be seen as a...

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  • Stalin, Joseph
    I think that Stalin was successful in his centralization of power because he simply removed those who were seen as impediments to his power. Stalin was fairly direct in his ideas that when Lenin...

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