Peasants, Political Police, and the Early Soviet State: Surveillance and Accommodation Under the New Economic Policy

Peasants, Political Police, and the Early Soviet State: Surveillance and Accommodation Under the New Economic Policy (Hardcover)

Peasants, Political Police, and the Early Soviet State: Surveillance and Accommodation Under the New Economic Policy

1929: In November, Stalin and the Central Committee decide to implement accelerated collectivization in the form of kolkhozes and sovkhozes. This marks the end of the New Economic Policy (NEP), which has allowed peasants to sell their surpluses on the open market. Stalin has many so-called "kulaks" transported to collective farms in distant places to work in agricultural labor camps. Bolshevik teachers instruct a less-than-enthusiastic group of peasants about the benefits of…

1929: In November, Stalin and the Central Committee decide to implement accelerated collectivization in the form of kolkhozes and sovkhozes. This marks the end of the New Economic Policy (NEP), which has allowed peasants to sell their surpluses on the open market. Stalin has many so-called "kulaks" transported to collective farms in distant places to work in agricultural labor camps. Bolshevik teachers instruct a less-than-enthusiastic group of peasants about the benefits of…

Russian Revolution Lecture and Storyboard Activity (World History) This power point presentation reviews the major events of the Russian Revolution of 1917. Students will take CLOZE notes on the left side and analyze photographs on the right on the corresponding lecture notes. Students will analyze primary sources about Lenin’s New Economic Policy.

Russian Revolution Lecture and Storyboard Activity (World History)

Russian Revolution Lecture and Storyboard Activity (World History) This power point presentation reviews the major events of the Russian Revolution of 1917. Students will take CLOZE notes on the left side and analyze photographs on the right on the corresponding lecture notes. Students will analyze primary sources about Lenin’s New Economic Policy.

A Conservative Estimate of ‘The Wal-Mart Effect’: Wal-Mart’s growing trade deficit with China has displaced more than 400,000 U.S. jobs | Economic Policy Institute

A Conservative Estimate of ‘The Wal-Mart Effect’: Wal-Mart’s growing trade deficit with China has displaced more than 400,000 U.S. jobs | Economic Policy Institute

On Thursday, June 8th the Economic Policy Institute and the Poverty & Race Research Action Council present Richard Rothstein as he discusses his new book, The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America. Ted Shaw of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law and Rep. Gwen …

On Thursday, June 8th the Economic Policy Institute and the Poverty & Race Research Action Council present Richard Rothstein as he discusses his new book, The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America. Ted Shaw of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law and Rep. Gwen …

With Obamacare there are 21 new or higher taxes that WILL affect the middle class. This is a list of the new taxes:  http://www.economicpolicyjournal.com/2012/06/obamacare-21-new-or-higher-taxes.html

With Obamacare there are 21 new or higher taxes that WILL affect the middle class. This is a list of the new taxes: http://www.economicpolicyjournal.com/2012/06/obamacare-21-new-or-higher-taxes.html

Under new bill’s election standard, unions would never win an election—and neither would the bill’s cosponsors | Economic Policy Institute

Under new bill’s election standard, unions would never win an election—and neither would the bill’s cosponsors | Economic Policy Institute

Donald Trump’s new economic policy plan would be devastating to the climate

Donald Trump’s new economic policy plan would be devastating to the climate

Public-sector workers are paid less than their pvt-sector counterparts & the penalty is larger in right-to-work states | EPI | "State & local govt emps already earn less than similar pvt-sector workers. The wage & comp gaps between public- & private-sector workers are significantly higher in right-to-work states, which allow 'free-riders' to enjoy the benefits of collective bargaining w/o paying their fair share of fees to spt the union’s ability to negotiate on their behalf." Click f/more.

Public-sector workers are paid less than their pvt-sector counterparts & the penalty is larger in right-to-work states | EPI | "State & local govt emps already earn less than similar pvt-sector workers. The wage & comp gaps between public- & private-sector workers are significantly higher in right-to-work states, which allow 'free-riders' to enjoy the benefits of collective bargaining w/o paying their fair share of fees to spt the union’s ability to negotiate on their behalf." Click f/more.

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