Unformatted text preview: 2) Influences of Soviet Policies a) Anti-Islamic Campaign i) Send wives out without veil-We’re all equal (1) Beat wives for going out without veil despite being the ones that tell them too (a) Happens a lot (CRIMES OF TRADITION) b) Collectivization (1930’s) i) Lenin’s Capital Communism changed by Stalin (1) Agriculture feels the collectivization (a) Kulaks are without a job (i) Rest of people struggle to farm 1. Agriculture drops flat (ii) Kulaks kill livestock and burn fields to get back at Soviets 1. This is majority of exile/deportation c) Equal Opportunity for women d) Equal Opportunity for education (1907 but soviets add more pressure) e) Everyone needs to belong to communist party...
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