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Negetive effects of the NEP

Name a corruption which existed under the NEP. Gambling. The Moscow municipal government got most of its income from gambling clubs.
Why was the price of food going down by 1923? Too much food was coming into the cities.
What type of goods was increasing in price? industrial goods.
What was the imbalance between food goods and industrial goods known as? The Scissor Crisis. Problematic because peasants became unwilling to supply food. The Bolsheviks solved this by introducing a 10% tax on produce sold which they paid to them.
Were wages high or low? Low.
What did labourers object to? Labourers objected to the power of the single managers and the 'bourgeois' specialists. These specialists were experts which had com from abroad.
Did foreign countries suspect Lenin of giving up on Communism in Russia? They believed Lenin's government had realised tat centrally directed industry and food supply could not work and had returned to the capitalist fold. This assumption was incorrect because Russia was still to become a fully communist country.
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