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Title: The Rise and Fall of Communism in the Soviet Union

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Date: January 4, 2000
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Economic breakdown, civil war and irrepressible inflation accompanied the Russian Revolution of October 1917. Due to these circumstances, the Bolsheviks moved to nationalize all economic property. They took control of industry and trade and declared all private enterprise illegal. In essence, money lost its value...

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In essence, money lost its value. Due to what is now known as War Communism, the majority of resources were allocated to the civil war fronts. In rural Russia, land was seized and redistributed to be worked using limited resources and equipment. Any surplus in production was seized by the state, completely eliminating incentive to produce any surplus at all...

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