OutlineUSSR - Bolsheviks revolution 1 1917 Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin(November Revolution a Fall 1917 250,000 Bolshevik members would try to

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Bolsheviks revolution: 1) 1917, Bolshevik leader, Vladimir Lenin (November Revolution) a. Fall 1917, 250,000 Bolshevik members would try to overthrow the Provisional government b. More to come…. Soviet Union under Stalin: Soviets successful economy transformations come from mass murder – Stalin 1) Rise of communist party in 1929 after Lenin’s death(1924) o Idea no longer Revolutionary against Tsarist rule o Many new communists did not partake in the Revolution 1.5 million communist party, only 8,000 same members since 1917 2) Communists at the time, and reform by Trotsky, Bukharin, and Stalin a) 25% illiterate b) Participation was given by a privilege of status, and career c) Stalin recruited the new members (party secretary) d) Economy restored but behind capitalists i) Leon Trotsky proposes high taxation ii) Nikolai Bukharin wanted to continue with New Economic Policy (NEP) iii) Bukharin suggests agricultural development must precede industrialization “Enrich the Peasant”
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course HIST 201 taught by Professor N/a during the Fall '06 term at Saint Joseph's University.

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OutlineUSSR - Bolsheviks revolution 1 1917 Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin(November Revolution a Fall 1917 250,000 Bolshevik members would try to

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