collectivization


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the organization of a nation or economy on the basis of collectivism

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This book traces Stalin's story from birth to 1928, when he inflicted the momentous First Five Year Plan and forced collectivization on the Soviet Union.
Specifically, we should assign collectivization duties to individuals.
Local courts, leniently condemning samosud, encouraged it and somewhat protected the peasant ruling of the countryside, which the forced collectivization of agriculture definitely ruined.
If defendants can avoid liability through pre-damages manipulations, one should look for ways to rectify this externality and improve existing collectivization procedures.
For example, in South Africa, apartheid was characterized in part by the annexation of fertile land by the ruling white class, in Kazakhstan, the forced agricultural collectivization of nomadic peoples resulted in famine, and in the United States, Native Americans were forcefully expelled from land flagged for national parks.
2) The collectivization of risk encourages bad risk-taking.
And it put the leadership of the AKP before a crucial choice: It would either convert the consolidation into collectivization of power, or a personification of it.
Consider his discussion of one of the main atrocities of government in the 20th century: Soviet collectivization of agriculture.
This mass culling was directly caused by Josef Stalin's collectivization policies, which were comprised of seizing private farms and exporting whatever food was grown to the rest of the Soviet Union and beyond.
Lysenkoism, obviously, resulted in deep personal tragedy for the scientists directly affected, but it spelled even larger tragedy for Russian science in general and greatly exacerbated the famines caused by Stalin's agricultural collectivization policies.
In fact, as Standage carefully explains, patterns of activity around food have shaped, and at times even rocked, human societies, from the dawn of agriculture thousands of years ago to the mass collectivization schemes of Stalin and Mao in the 20th century.
Stalin pursued collectivization despite the massive resistance that had followed when Soviet authorities first tried to introduce the policy the previous spring.
Scott's The Moral Economy of the Peasant, Li describes the ways in which village peasants resisted state-imposed policies during and after agricultural collectivization and succeeded, not only in modifying those policies, but also in constraining the behavior of the party cadre who supervised their work.
Critics call Stalin a murderer for the millions of deaths in his forced collectivization and Gulag prison camps.