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Stalin's Effects on Soviet Society

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Mattie H

 

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May 22, 2013

 

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The kulaks, or middle class, avoided the state's attempt to break up their large farms. Although many peasants could achieve happy lives, the Five Year Plans failed, as many kulaks still resisted the state's control. Stalin, recognizing that the division of classes was preventing the Soviets from becoming a superpower, attempted to eliminate all classes...
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Stalin deported and imprisoned many kulaks on the charge of treason. Prisoners were doomed to a labor camp where they were forced to work for the state for no pay. This attempted equality, however, allowed more peasants to work and achieve a happy life. With the emergence of industry, Stalin also recognized that people needed to be educated in various fields...
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