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Why did the communists think collectivisation could solve agriculture problems?

Reason 1: Clue: What makes farming faster? Farmland could be farmed more easily and quickly with machinery, with the help of experts. Tractors. All resulting in higher food production.
Reason 2: Clue: Industry The Bolsheviks planned to export the grain so more money could be invested in existing industries and new industries.
Reason 3: Where would peasants work? With machinery less peasants would be needed to work on the land which meant that they could be used in industrialisation.
Reason 4: What would make it easier for the State to collect grain. Easier for the State to obtain grain needed for cities and for export. There would be less collection points, which would all be staffed by strong Communists who would accurately record how much food was being produced.
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