Stalin began a state-run program of rapid industrialization, Factories were built, transport networks developed and workers encouraged, even forced, to work harder. Stalin intended to turn the economy around and make the USSR competitive with capitalist countries. he also brought about this huge change, he acted ruthlessly.
as a result of Stalin's direct orders or as a result of his policies, it is possible that 20 million people died during Stalin’s reign from this. He was hated and feared as a dictator. but surprisingly He was also adored this was surprising because of all that he did but people have their own opinions... During his life he was glorified in newspapers and films, cities and streets were named after him, and statues of him were put up around the USSR. He was seen as the man who turned an undeveloped and divided nation into an industrial super-power.
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A: Tensions Over slavery diminished
Before the US Supreme court judgement, there has been tension that exist between the slave owners and the slaves due to series of action carried out by them inorder to ensure that, the slaves remained loyal and not being granted any rights whatsoever.
When the case came up, people especially slave owners were apprehensive that, if the court recognize them as citizens, they would be stripped of their rights as owners and the slavery business in general. Immediately after the judgement, the tensions diminished.
To bring the USSR in the modern global market and open trade/relations with the West.
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