7-Russia-b-1 - RUSSIA II (CHAPTER 2: 115-128) POLITICAL...

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RUSSIA II (CHAPTER 2: 115-128) POLITICAL FRAMEWORK o SOVIET LEGACY 0. REVOLUTION (1905-1917) 1. BOLSHEVIKS VERSUS MENSHEVIKS 2. V.I. LENIN (VLADIMIR ILYICH ULYANOV ) 3. CAPITAL: PETROGRAD TO MOSCOW (1918) o FEDERATION/FEDERAL STRUCTURE 4. USSR (UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS) -1924 5. SSRS , ASSRS , AUTONOMOUS REGIONS o RUSSIFICATION FORMER SOVIET UNION (MAP) COMMAND ECONOMY 0. AN ECONOMY IN WHICH THE MEANS OF PRODUCTION ARE OWNED & CONTROLLED BY THE STATE AND IN WHICH CENTRAL PLANNING OF THE STRUCTURE AND THE OUTPUT PREVAILS 1. FEATURES OF THE SOVIET ECONOMY 0. PRODUCTION OF PARTICULAR MANUFACTURED GOODS TO PARTICULAR PLACES 1. ECONOMIC INTERDEPENDENCE OF THE REPUBLICS ECONOMIC FRAMEWORK 2. CENTRALLY PLANNED (early 1920s) 2. MAJOR OBJECTIVES 0. SPEED INDUSTRIALIZATION 1. COLLECTIVIZE AGRICULTURE 3. KEY MECHANISMS 3. GOSPLAN 4. SOVKHOZ (1920-30s) 5. KOLKHOZ (1939)
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SOVIET LEADERS 0. CZARISM (<1917) 1. LENIN 2. STALIN 3. KRUSCHEV 4. BRESHNEV 5. GORBACHEV LENIN (1918 - 1927) 4. INTRODUCED MARXIST PHILOSOPHY
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