To What Extent Did Stalin Meet The Aims Of The Five Year Plans

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August 21, 2012

 

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One may argue that Stalin's aims were clear. He had launched the so-called 'revolution from above' in November 1927, which had laid down two distinct aims for soviet domestic policy. These were rapid industrialisation of Russia and the collectivisation of agriculture. Stalin, it may be argued, had wished to erase the traces of capitalism resulting from the New Economic Policy and instead wished to transform Russia as quickly as possible...
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One may argue that Stalin's aims were clear. He had launched the so-called 'revolution from above' in November 1927, which had laid down two distinct aims for soviet domestic policy. These were rapid industrialisation of Russia and the collectivisation of agriculture. Stalin, it may be argued, had wished to erase the traces of capitalism resulting from the New Economic Policy and instead wished to transform Russia as quickly as possible...
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