Welfare benefits in Russia

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  • Welfare benefits
    • Lenin
      • Compulsarary vaccination after Cholera epidemic in 1921.
      • Free provision of food and clothes.
      • Sick pay and 2 weeks holiday.
    • Stalin
      • 1928-40 number of doctors increased from 77,000 to 155,000.
    • Khrushchev
      • Minimum wage 1956
      • Reduced week and increased holidays in 1957.
    • Brezhnev
      • Full employment soviet Constitution 1977.
      • Incraesed material benefit
      • Minimum wage rose by 50% between 1967-77.
      • Pensions rose at a higher rate than wages- 40 roubles.

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