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Ending Section 2. By ken harper. Stalin gains power. Lenin's sudden death in 1924. Set off power struggle among Communist leaders. The chief contenders were trotskey and joseph Stalin . Trotsky. Brilliant Marxist thinker Skillful speaker An architect of the Bolshevik revolution. Stalin.

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ending section 2

Ending Section 2

By ken harper

stalin gains power
Stalin gains power
  • Lenin's sudden death in 1924.
  • Set off power struggle among Communist leaders.
  • The chief contenders were trotskey and joseph Stalin
trotsky
Trotsky
  • Brilliant Marxist thinker
  • Skillful speaker
  • An architect of the Bolshevik revolution
stalin
Stalin
  • Was neither a scholar nor an orator
  • A shrewd political operator
  • Behind the scenes organizer
5 year plans
5 year plans
  • Stalin set out to make the soviet union into a modern industrial power.
  • Suffered defeats because of its economic backwardness.
  • Aimed building heavy industry, improving transportation, and increasing farm output.
  • Developed a command economy, government officials made all basic economic decisions.
revolution in agriculture
Revolution in Agriculture
  • Stalin brought agriculture under government control.
  • He forced peasants off there private plots and live on state-owned farms or on collectives, large farms owned and operated by peasants as a group.
  • Allowed to keep homes and personal belongings. Peasants resisted by killing animals
the great purge
The Great Purge
  • Stalin harbored obsessive fears that rival party leaders were plotting against him.
  • 800,000 people were executed in the years Stalin was in power.