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Labour policy in the USSR, 1917-1928

Dewar, Margaret.

Labour policy in the USSR, 1917-1928

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Published by Royal Institute of International Afairs in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Margaret Dewar.
ContributionsRoyal Institute of International Affairs.
The Physical Object
Pagination286p.,25cm
Number of Pages286
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18721416M

Russia How Strong was the Tsarist regime Why did the rule of the Tsar collapse. Why did the Provisional Government last for only 8 months How were the Bolsheviks able to seize powe r. How did Lenin impose Communist control How successful was Lenin in creating a new society. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Introduction It is easy to forget that as recently as the s the Soviet economy was widely admired. The USSR’s extraordinary rates of growth in the extrac-tion and heavy manufacturing industries during the worldwide depres-sion, followed by its spectacular wartime mobilization, made communism. This site and the materials contained herein © W.W. Norton and Company, Inc. unless otherwise stated. All rights reserved.

It appears that because excesses occur in carrying out a correct policy, the correct policy must be abandoned. (6) J. N. Westwood, The Soviet Union () In the year famine raged throughout the richest agricultural regions of the USSR.


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The fundamental problem confronting every society is the organization of its labour force, which, if social progress is to be achieved, must be made progressively more productive. The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center.

Labour Policy in the USSR by Margaret Dewar Royal Institute of International Affairs, London, England. A great deal of valuable information has been gathered together by Margaret Dewar to form the first detailed study of government labor policy in the early years of the Soviet Union.

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Afternothing was mentioned in the press about domestic prostitution. Even among sociologists, the topic was taboo: Since prostitution as a social phenomenon in the country of victorious socialism was "eliminated," some "behaviour of women leading an immoral way of life" or "purely legal problems of the composition of crimes preserved in the criminal code of the republic" were.

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Those social and intellectual characteristics which tended to set most of the leading Old Bolsheviks apart from the masses were mentioned in the preceding chapter. More important within the context Author: Roger Pethybridge.

The October Revolution of saw the overthrow of Kerensky’s Provisional Government and laid the foundations for the world’s first Communist state; the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). Seizing power through the revolution were the Bolsheviks, a faction of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party, led by Vladimir Lenin.

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