(PLANNING COLLECTIVISATION) Transforming the Soviet economy - Potential Qs

(PLANNING COLLECTIVISATION) Transforming the Soviet economy - Potential Qs

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Transforming the Soviet economy ­ Agriculture and Collectivization
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COLLECTIVISATION
What was the main force behind collectivization?
LINK: HOW DOES THIS LINK TO COLLECTIVISATION BEING A REVOLUTION FROM ABOVE?
Stalin had a clear plan and was in control of the changes.
Nabilah Chowdhury

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LINK: HOW DOES THIS LINK TO COLLECTIVISATION BEING A REACTION TO EVENTS?
Stalin had no clear plan and was having to react to events and other factors
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POTENTIAL QUESTIONS
Q1) To what extent was collectivization a revolution from above?
Collectivization was a revolution from above Collectivization was a reaction to events
Grain Procurement Crisis, 1928 Grain Procurement Crisis, 1928
There was a GPC because output had The harvests of 1927-29 were very bad and
reduced and peasants were refusing to sell therefore output decreased.
their grain for lower prices.…read more

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(However, he probably didn't expect it spiral Perhaps he was unaware to what extent the
out of control as much as it did) violence was occurring in the countryside
This way he could remove the Kulaks using a This is evident by his article in Pravda which
legitimate excuse that they were preventing states that they became "dizzy with
industrialization from progressing when success"
actually he wanted to remove them because
they could pose a…read more

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