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Totalitarianism Case Study: Stalinist Russia. 1. Industrial Policies initiated Five-Year Plans to promote industrial growth; limited production of consumer.

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1 Totalitarianism Case Study: Stalinist Russia

2 1. Industrial Policies initiated Five-Year Plans to promote industrial growth; limited production of consumer goods

3 1. Industrial Policies initiated Five-Year Plans to promote industrial growth; limited production of consumer goods

4 2. Agricultural Policies Established collective farms; eliminated wealthy peasants

5 2. Agricultural Policies Established collective farms; eliminated wealthy peasants

6 3. Art/ Religion Controlled media; censored all forms of creativity; replaced religious teachings with Communist ideals; persecuted the Russian Orthodox Church

7 3. Art/ Religion Controlled media; censored all forms of creativity; replaced religious teachings with Communist ideals; persecuted the Russian Orthodox Church

8 3. Art/ Religion Controlled media; censored all forms of creativity; replaced religious teachings with Communist ideals; persecuted the Russian Orthodox Church

9 3. Art/ Religion Controlled media; censored all forms of creativity; replaced religious teachings with Communist ideals; persecuted the Russian Orthodox Church

10 4. Education Expanded and controlled education at all levels; opened educational opportunities to women

11 4. Education Expanded and controlled education at all levels; opened educational opportunities to women

12 5. Control Methods Used secret police and violent tactics to crush opposition; launched Great Purge

13 5. Control Methods Used secret police and violent tactics to crush opposition; launched Great Purge

14 5. Control Methods Used secret police and violent tactics to crush opposition; launched Great Purge

15 5. Control Methods Used secret police and violent tactics to crush opposition; launched Great Purge

16 6. Propaganda Methods Used indoctrination and art to glorify the Communist state; created state- supported youth groups to train future leaders.

17 6. Propaganda Methods Used indoctrination and art to glorify the Communist state; created state- supported youth groups to train future leaders.

18 6. Propaganda Methods Used indoctrination and art to glorify the Communist state; created state- supported youth groups to train future leaders.

19 6. Propaganda Methods Used indoctrination and art to glorify the Communist state; created state- supported youth groups to train future leaders.

20 6. Propaganda Methods Used indoctrination and art to glorify the Communist state; created state- supported youth groups to train future leaders.

21 6. Propaganda Methods Used indoctrination and art to glorify the Communist state; created state- supported youth groups to train future leaders.

22 6. Propaganda Methods Used indoctrination and art to glorify the Communist state; created state- supported youth groups to train future leaders.

23 6. Propaganda Methods Used indoctrination and art to glorify the Communist state; created state- supported youth groups to train future leaders.

24 6. Propaganda Methods Used indoctrination and art to glorify the Communist state; created state- supported youth groups to train future leaders

25 6. Propaganda Methods Used indoctrination and art to glorify the Communist state; created state- supported youth groups to train future leaders

26 6. Propaganda Methods Used indoctrination and art to glorify the Communist state; created state- supported youth groups to train future leaders

27 6. Propaganda Methods Used indoctrination and art to glorify the Communist state; created state- supported youth groups to train future leaders.

28 Totalitarianism Gov’t that exerts total control of every aspect of a citizen’s private and public life

29 Command Economy A system in which government makes all economic decisions

30 Collective Farm Large gov’t-owned farm on which food was produced for the state

31 Five-Year Plans A set of quotas to improve the Soviet economy “Welcome, comrade, to work in our collective farm!”


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