Stalin'S Rise To Pwoer

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Matthew V

 

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July 9, 2015

 

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In this power struggle Stalin’s main opposition was Trotsky but Stalin was politically astute therefore giving him an advantage that Trotsky did not possess. Lenin’s legacy also played an important role in Stalin becoming leader because anyone who assumed the mantle of Lenin would establish a formidable claim to power and practically secure his position as party leader...
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Stalin saw this and worked hard to achieve it. He was a politically silent man and this assisted him in his rise to power as this put him in a position to manipulate those around him into the way he wanted/needed them. All of this, along with his policy ‘Socialism in One Country’ for industrialisation which showed Stalin’s political astuteness and his ability to make decision, were factors in his rise to power over the USSR...
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