Stalin ‘s 5 Year Plans, Freedom Or Slavery? Stalin’s 5 year plans, Freedom or Slavery.
This brought all industry under state control and all industrial development was planned by the state. Decades after his death his legacy still continues to create debate about his tumultuous years as the leader of the Soviet Union. Joseph Stalin: Did his Rule Benefit Russian Society and the Russian People? Joseph Stalin: Did his Rule Benefit Russian Society and the Russian People. In this paper I plan to prove that even though Stalin made improvements in the Russian industrial system, his rule did not benefit Russian society and the Russian people.
Stalinism therefore covers the policies, reforms and regulations implemented within the Stalinist period of 1929-53. There were many advantages as well as disadvantages to the plan. To What Extent Did the Soviet Union’s First Five-Year Plan Change Its Industrial Society?
As a result Russians either became fond of Stalin’s policies or absolutely despised them. Whether Stalin was a success can only be measured in two ways, his own terms, in the terms of Russia or in the terms of Communism – meaning whether what he did with ‘Communist’ Russia would have been seen as Communist by Karl Marx. How much of a success was Stalin. He is widely recognized as a dictator, an oppressor, and a ruthless ruler who took the Soviet Union from economic shambles to a superpower, but with the high cost of human sacrifice and his paranoia of opposition.
However he was viewed by his people as a hero who cared for them and was improving the lives of Russian people. Yet, the rapid acceleration of the industrial movement came at a harsh price for the proletariat. In the case of Joseph Stalin, dictator of the Soviet Union from 1929-1953, one can perceive that through torment and brutal force, he was able to modernize a nation and oppress his own people. 879, under the name of Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili.
In Stalin’s case having leadership resulted in policies that had negative effect on country stabilization. From the purges in the Red Army to forced relocations, Stalin had the blood of millions on his hands.