The Tenth Party Congress 1921

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    • Civil war had seen a huge growth in Party membership: 300,000-730,000 by 1921
      • This posed a threat to party stability
    • The ban on factions within the Party was put forward by Lenin
      • This measure,'On Party Unity', was an attempt to impose the view of the leadership on the party
      • The penalty for breaking this rule was expulsion from the Party
    • Political tightening of the power of the Party leadership
      • B anxiety over their hold over Russia
        • Kronstadt Mutiny (1921)
        • Tambov Rising (1920-21)


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