Chapter28 - Ramiro D Corral Guerrero Sydney Lytton Ms Hash Ap Euro Chapter 28 Antidemocratic forms of Government Relied on obedient bureaucracies

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Ramiro D. Corral Guerrero Sydney Lytton Ms. Hash Ap Euro Chapter 28 Antidemocratic forms of Government: Relied on obedient bureaucracies, Vigilant police forces and armies. But lacked of technology Totalitarianism :the government tried to completely control the economic, Social, intellectual, and cultural aspects of people's lives. Lenin: provides a model for a single party dictatorship in the Soviet Union Fascism: expansionist nationalism, anti-Socialism and anti-working class move my and the glorification of the war and military, alliances with powerful capitalists and landowners, and they had a dynamic and violent leader Stalin and the Soviet Union Joseph Stalin: built a modern totalitarianism dictatorship Eliminated all of his enemies Stalin real eased the five year plan were economic, social(propaganda) plans to build a new socialist humanity Lenin & Stalin By 1921 Lenin had won the civil war, but left The Soviet Union in a rough crisis. In march 1921 Lenin announced the (NEP) New Economic Policy- which re-established limited economic freedom in an attempt to rebuild agriculture and industry.NEP was successful politically and economically. When Lenin died Trotsky and Stalin were competing to substitute Lenin. Stalin won the support of the party and eventually became a dictator: he met the ethnic demands for independence by granting minority groups limited freedoms in language and culture while still maintaining control of the multinational state. Stalin gradually achieves absolute power between 1922 and 1927 making alliances with Trotsky’s enemies to crush him, Trotsky gets expelled to Mexico where he meets his death The 5 Year Plan Besides that the five-year plan increased the economy of the Soviet Union, Stalin waged a preventive war against the better off peasants, the Kulaks, to bring them and their land under state control. of the peasants in the Soviet Union were scheduled to give up their private plots and join collective Farms.

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