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Gorbachev was one of the last leaders that changed the USSR to a better country He was the one whom liberated the USSR from communism He had very few achievements and failures Thus some people say he achieved something that the USSR people wanted He made USSR into a democratic country During his rule he did not succeed what he wanted to do for the USSR His achievements were to reform the soviet system change in economy and living standards and the military power of the west Indeed Gorbachev did make some changes into his country but those werent all the achievements he wanted to make for the USSR Gorbachev was born in March 2 1931 in Privolnoye village Krasnogvardeisky district and Stavropol region He lived during the rule of Joseph Stalin he was there during WWII feeling how WWII was This means that Gorbachev suffered and knows how it feels to be in communist rule After the war in 1946 he joined a Communist Youth League called Komsomol and two years later he won a state medal for his good work in the league In 1950 Gorbachev went to study to a law school at Moscow State University where he graduated and got married with Raisa Gorbachev Biographycom Gorbachev was now in the Communist Party and joined to have good official position In 1970 he was elected to the USSR Supreme Soviet and from here to 1990 he was a member of the Communist Party Central Committee After eight years in1978 he was the Central Committee secretary in charge of agriculture and after a year he became a candidate to the Polit Bureau of the Communist Party Central Committee Andropov put Gorbachev in second power so Gorbachev had more and more active roles within the Politburo Cherneko had put Andropov as a soviet leader but since he died the only heir was Gorbachevs so in 1985 Gorbachev was elected as the General Secretary
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