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I IntroductionA ThesisB Statement of problemII BeginningsA ChildhoodB The Making of a RevolutionaryIII The Five Year Plans in IndustryA Progress and Benefits to RussiaB Downfalls for the PeopleIV Agricultural ChangesA CollectivizationB The Liquidation of the KulaksC FamineV Social ChangesA Social BenefitsB Personal AdvancementsC Woman in SocietyVI PurgesA The PartyB The ArmyC The Burial PitsVII ConclusionA SummaryB Final StatementStalin Did his Rule Benefit Russian Society and the Russian PeopleIn this paper I plan to prove that even though Stalin made improvements inthe Russian industrial system his rule did not benefit Russian society andthe Russian people In order to accomplish this several questions must beasked How did Stalin affect Russias industrial power How did Stalin tryto change Russias agricultural system What changes did Stalin make in societyWhat were Stalins purges and who did they effectJoseph Vissarionovich Djugashvili was born on December 21 1879 on the southernslopes of the Caucasus mountains in the town of Gori His mother Ekaterinawas the daughter of a peasant who married at fifteen and who lost her firstthree children at birth Vissarion his father was a self-employed shoemakerwho had a violent temper Marrin 6-7Young Djugashvili was small and wiry and had a deeply pitted face from asmall pox attack that nearly killed him He also had blood poisoning in hisleft arm that was probably caused by Vissarions beating fists The arm wouldstiffen at the elbow joint and wither making it lame and useless for therest of his life Lewis 8 Marrin 8He was dedicated to only one person his mother and her only ambition wasfor her son to become a priest and to bless her with his own hands Butthis dream was crushed when Joseph was expelled from Tiflis Theological Seminaryfor reading forbidden books such as Marx and Lenin Lewis 8 Marrin 20After his expulsion from Tiflis school Joseph became a revolutionary Heorganized strikes and demonstrations at factories and also found ways togather money for Lenin and the Bolshevik party He was banished
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