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Russia

Stalin announcing 'Delakeristion' in a speech he made at the December 1929 PC

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Who was a class enemy considered to be? Someone who wasn't strictly communist, but capitalist. In other words the Kulaks.
How much food were the Kulaks producing? How much was sent to market? (1927) The Kulaks produced 600 million poods of which 130 million poods were sent to market.
How much food were the collective and State farms producing? How much was sent to market? (1927) The collective and State farms produced 80 million poods of which 35 million were sent the market.
How much food were the collective and State farms producing? How much was sent to market? (1929) The collective and State farms produced 400 million poods of grain of which 130 million was sent to market.
Why did Stalin think it was time to start collectivising? Stalin thought he was ready to start to enforce Dekulakisation and Collectivisation because the State and collective farms cn out do the Kulak run farms in terms of output to market.
What did Stalin use to help him achieve his political aims? Economics.
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