collectivize


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bring under collective control

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For all the talk about collectivize and cooperative agriculture, until late 1928 early 1929 when massive forced collectivization fell upon the village, what the Bolshevik government was actually doing was continuing the tsarist Ministry of Agriculture's policy of developing private plots.
When A Hacker Manifesto tells us that hackers are hard to collectivize, feel suspicious of mass politics, stand somewhere between rulers and masses and cherish their differences, he is describing that "contradiction incarnate" (Marx), the lower middle class.
In fact, we care about ownership and funding and access so that we can get the mic, the Mac, the airwaves, and in the final analysis, own, create, consume, and even collectivize media that reflect our needs, our values, our image.
The coup de grace follows soon after the bolshevization of the region, with ill-fated attempts to collectivize an already impoverished people; wholesale condemnation of Chukhchi dress, habits, traditions; and, finally, the slow suffocation of the indigenous language in Soviet boarding schools.
Most had joined reluctantly, realizing that, because authorities were determined to collectivize farming, they had no viable alternatives.
Between 1930 and 1934 the state waged a virtual war in the countryside, sending 25,000 Communists out to requisition grain, arrest resisters, and collectivize (p.
They concluded that today's technologies, including Windows, groupware and the world wide web, barely scratch the surface of what Engelbart was trying to achieve in his efforts to collectivize intellectual work.
Attempts to collectivize herders failed at this stage.
Forced labor camps were often used to help collectivize agriculture.