Essays Tagged: "New Economic Policy"

Economic policy in The United States

The new economic policy of the united states shouldinclude cutting taxes, reducing governmental waste, a ... eople would be able tobuy more cars, refrigerators, homes etc. The businesseswould be able to build new factories with better moreefficient high tech equipment. These new factories andexpanded busines ... e and upper middleclass people. Reducing taxes on businesses would also allowthem to invert more on new product development and researchwhich in many instances the federal government nowsubsidizes whi ...

(5 pages) 285 0 3.4 Nov/1996

Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Government

Stalin's rise to power as a result of Lenin's fall.

Lenin became chairman of Council of People's Commissars and virtually the dictator. The new governments first acts were to make an armistice with Germany and to abolish private ownership o ... tioning, and control over industry. In 1921, in an attempt to boost the economy, Lenin launched the New Economic Policy, (NEP) which allowed some private enterprise.By 1922, Lenin had eliminated all o ... d the Soviet cabinet as people's commissar for nationalities and began to emerge as a leader of the new regime. During the civil war from 1918 to 1920 he played an important administrative role on the ...

(2 pages) 82 1 3.0 Mar/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

The impact of War Communism and the New Economic Policy (NEP) on both the peasantry and proletariat in Russian society between 1918 and 1928.

The policies of war communism and the New Economic Policy (NEP) had a great impact on both the peasantry and the proletariat. Both policie ... ar communism in order to preserve the revolution.The solution to War Communism was done through the New Economic Policy (NEP). The NEP partly reintroduced capitalism as it was a return to small indust ... ue to corn seedlings from the USA, that Russia was able to export a small amount of grain. With the new conditions peasants were able to diversify and produce vegetables and fruits. As a result of thi ...

(4 pages) 83 1 3.9 Jul/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

"Political Experiments of the 1920s" - Study Notes

ould pay taxes like other citizens, but they could sell their surplus grain on the open market. The New Economic Policy was in line with Lenin's earlier conviction that the Russian peasantry held the ... re was intense bitterness and hatred on both sides. Then no sooner than a treaty had been signed, a new civil war broke out between Irish moderates and diehards. During World War II, the Irish Free St ...

(4 pages) 45 1 3.5 Mar/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

Democracy and Neoliberalism

sed the prices of Latin America's exports to decline. This was a problem, so there was a need for a new economic policy. The Import Substitution model was born. This was created because Latin America ... roughout the world. For every dollar came into Latin America, 2.7 were going out. This called for a new plan of action.IN the mid 1980's there was a new plan of action. This plane was call the export- ...

(4 pages) 110 1 4.1 Apr/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > Central & Southamerican History

COLLECTIVIZATION IN SMOLENSK essay on impacts of collectivisation under stalin's 5 year plans

ndustrialization had its immediate repercussions in Smolensk as elsewhere. The first victims of the new campaign in the countryside were the kulaks. They controlled a substantial part of the agricultu ... aks. They controlled a substantial part of the agricultural surplus which was essential to feed the new factory centers. They could be counted on to resist collectivization most staunchly during 1927- ...

(13 pages) 42 0 4.6 May/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

Stalin certainly achieved his purpose of establishing 'Socialism in One Country', and thereby completed the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia. Is this a correct judgement?

ation of agriculture, Stalin aimed to erase all traces of the capitalism that had entered under the New Economic Policy, and transform the Soviet Union as quickly as possible, without regard to cost, ... he many theoretical tasks of the five-year plan. The plan was to transfer Russia on to the lines of new, modern technology. It was to convert the USSR from a weak country, dependent upon foreign count ...

(7 pages) 33 0 4.6 Aug/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > Australian History

Effects of the first 5 Year Plan

ist Party became more homogenous with the purging of kulaks and "nepmen" who profited under Lenin's New Economic Policy. Even so, there was a marked rise in influence of Stalin and the Communist Party ...

(1 pages) 44 2 3.5 Nov/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

What were the economic reasons for collectivisation and was collectivisation an economic success in the 1930s?

sation were for the soviet agriculture, the food was needed to feed the workers in the cities, NEP (New Economic Policy) was not working for Russia, cash crops were needed. In the 1930s coollectivisat ...

(3 pages) 31 0 2.3 Nov/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

The contributing factors that led to the collapse of the Soviet Union [USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)]

was never officially appointed as the general secretary. In 1921, Lenin accepted a compromise, the New Economic Policy (NEP), which kept the important aspects of the economy (finance, transportation, ... ade, small-scale manufacturing, and farming. On April 3rd, 1922, Joseph Stalin was appointed to the new post of general secretary, and by the end of the 1920s him and his allies rejected the NEP (conv ...

(7 pages) 69 0 0.0 Apr/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

Joseph Stalin.

n power through World War II and until his death. Stalin molded the features that characterized the new Soviet regime; his policies, based on Marxist-Leninist ideology, are often considered to represe ... idered to represent a political and economic system called Stalinism.Under Stalin, who replaced the New Economic Policy (NEP) of the 1920s with five year plans (introduced in 1928) and collective farm ...

(13 pages) 62 0 4.2 Sep/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > The Cold War

Russian Revolution

iks' powers were further strengthened after their victory in the Civil War. The introduction of the New Economic Policy further stabilized the government, allowing it to overcome counter-revolution in ... that in order to avoid counter-revolution among the people, war communism must end. As a result the New Economic Policy was introduced in March 1921. This new policy was a temporary switch to capitali ...

(4 pages) 61 0 3.7 May/2006

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History

Should Malaysian Government encourage privatizati

ive burden of the Government, to facilitate national economic growth, to promote achievement of the New Economic Policy targets, to improve the efficiency and productivity level of the country, and to ... ed by former socialist countries to quickly introduce capitalism. Malaysia is using it to introduce new technology and expertise through government concessions and sub-contracts. It is also used to re ...

(4 pages) 9 0 0.0 Feb/2008

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Economics

1)         There were several reforms made by Lenin when he

g Russia into several self-governing republics under the central government. Lenin also created the New Economic Policy (NEP). He started a small-scale version of capitalism to make Russia's Economy f ...

(2 pages) 800 0 0.0 Feb/2008

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

Access the view that the Red Army's victory led to the establishment of Bolshevik power by 1924.

ander failed and survived, he paid the price. Trotsky was willing to use ex-tsarist officers as he knew that they had the military experience the Red Army lacked. Ironically, though this was a success ... ld against him in his battle with Stalin for control of the party after Lenin's death.Trotsky also knew that the first time the Red Army lost a major battle, it would spell the end of the revolution a ...

(10 pages) 15 0 0.0 Mar/2008

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History

To what extent did collectivization and industrialization change Soviet society by the end of the 1930's?

introduced to foster higher productivity within the agrarian industry.Following the failure of the New Economic Policy which reached its climax in the 1928 procurements crisis, the new agrarian polic ... the Communist ideology of the left to extract more resources from the 120 million peasants. As the New Economic Policy was abandoned, collectivization was in part returning back to the methods of War ...

(3 pages) 9 0 0.0 Apr/2008

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

To what extent could the five year plans be called a success?

trialised enough by 1943.The grain production levels of collectivisation never exceeded that of the New Economic Policy, evidently showing that there would have been a more successful way to industria ...

(6 pages) 9 0 3.0 Apr/2008

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War II

Discuss The Initial Social & Political Reforms Of the Bolshevik Government

e like factory policies- all Factories were put under the control of elected committees of workers, Newspapers that were not Bolshevik were banned, Land was taken from the Tsar, Nobles, church and oth ... ce (CHEKA) were formed to deal with Bolshevik opponents.Religion was now banned in Russia under the new law, priests and monks were persecuted and religious teachings were banned in schools.Education ...

(4 pages) 12 0 0.0 Jun/2008

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

The New Economic Policy- Policy of the Soviet authority where all the enterprises of one industry submitted to unified central controls – to the main committee (central board).

New Economic Policy- NEPThe New Economic Policy- Policy of the Soviet authority where all the enterp ... eological views and command methods of a management sociopolitical and economic process.Lenin’s New Economic Policy has led to fast development of the economy. The economic interest which has appe ... h measures on its abandonment. The majority of people in a communist party were concerned about the new system and thought of it as an inevitable harm, being afraid, that it will lead to restoration o ...

(2 pages) 575 0 0.0 Oct/2008

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

Russia and its illiberal past, present, and future

t state, Russia was dominated by a one-party system with the Bolsheviks in control. Lenin adopted a new constitution in 1924, which created the Soviet Union to be based on the dictatorship of the prol ... n the dictatorship of the proletariat and the promotion of the working class. Lenin also set up the New Economic Policy which aimed at preventing the new Russian economy from collapsing. In addition, ...

(6 pages) 45 0 5.0 Mar/2009

Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Government