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  • The New Economic Policy (1921)
    • Agriculture
      • Peasants still had grain taken of them- however this was less than before.
      • Allowed peasants to sell any surplus grain on the open market.
    • Heavy Industry
      • Steel, iron and coal.
      • Taken under national government ownership.
    • Small scale industries
      • Back under private control.
      • Motivation to produce and sell.
    • (Slightly) increased freedoms
      • Political debate began to happen.
        • But only on a small scale.


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