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ECON 4313: Russian Economy FINAL EXAM Your name: PART 1 MULTIPLE CHOICE (75 points) 1. What were the major elements of the collectivization campaign? a) Requisitioning of grain b) Dekulakization d) Consolidation of individual farms into larger farming units e) Machine tractor stations f) All of the above 2. The grain harvest in 1930 was a) Better than the record harvest of 1926 b) As good as the record harvest 1926 c) Worse than 1926. There was a famine in Ukraine in 1930 3. Which Soviet political figure resisted the collectivization drive? 4. What arguments in favor of collectivization USSR did we learn about in class? 5. What were some results of collectivization?
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6. Between 1929 and 1931, a) Exports rose by 20% and imports rose by 30% in the Soviet Union b) Exports and imports did not change in the Soviet Union c) Exports rose by 50% and imports rose by 60% in the Soviet Union d) Exports and imports doubled in the Soviet Union 7. The Shakhty trial is an example of 9. According to Suny and Davies, the number of people executed by the state during the Great Purges falls in what range? 10. Which of the following statements about Soviet economic planning is FALSE?
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