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  HighBeam Encyclopedia – Free Online Encyclopedia for Reference, Research, Facts
The program of destalinization, which had already begun, was supported and continued by Khrushchev.
Legal procedures were restored, the secret police became less of a threat, concentration camps and many forced-labor camps were closed, and some greater degree of meaningful public controversy was permitted.
Destalinization had, however, repercussions in other Communist countries, creating unrest that exploded in the Polish defiance of the USSR in 1956 and in the quickly quelled Hungarian revolution of the same year.
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 Destalinization info here at en.89-of-100.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Destalinization Destalinization the plugs or break them up (use a mulching lawn mower or close the catcher chute on a standard mower).
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Another point on destalinization is that, historically, the nature of Khrushchev's and Yeltsin's approaches to destalinization were completely different.
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 Władysław Gomułka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
However, between 1951–1954 due to skirmishes between various Party factions he was condemned as right-wing and reactionary and imprisoned, while expelled from the Polish United Workers' Party.
In 1956, after the death of Bierut and the beginning of destalinization, he was rehabilitated and elected leader of the Party.
Initially very popular for his reforms and seeking a "Polish way to socialism", he gradually softened his opposition to Soviet pressures.
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 Harry Haywood - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Haywood, in his 1957 article, "For a Revolutionary Position on the Negro Question," responded that the question of an oppressed nation in the South was not one of "nose counting."
Following the death of Stalin in 1953 and Nikita Krushchev's rise to power, the CPUSA accompanied Moscow in Krushchev's policy of destalinization and "peaceful coexistence".
Long an admirer of Mao Zedong, Harry Haywood was one of the pioneers of the anti-revisionist movement born out of the growing Sino-Soviet split.
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 Term Paper on DeStalinization
Destalinization: A Wise Political Strategy Although many of his ideas did not bring the expected results, Nikita Khrushchev policies of de-Stalinization were politically wise.
He went against many of Stalin’s tyrannical policies and gave the people a much greater sense of freedom.
Perhaps the most important thing I did was just this — that they were able to get rid of me simply by voting, whereas Stalin would have had them all arrested”.
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 Solviet Union, Political_Science, College Term Papers.com
This plan that was coined the destalinization effort, was used to introduce the new market strategies, expanding production and raising the profit margin.
During the destalinization period the beliefs were beginning to give back to the working man and uses of new strategies to help overall production arose and thus helped the economy.
During the period of the five-year plan the Soviet Unions economic and political structure was almost totally different in that the goal of the society was to have total government control.
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 PlanetPapers - Destalinization
These differences, along with a win in the space race, gave Khrushchev a popular image with the common people; but he was scorned by the neo-Stalinists and those who held a lot of power in the Communist Party.
Probably the most notable achievement of Khrushchev was his process of "Destalinization." A political ploy to erase the past and ease the minds of those who suffered under the dictator.
It's hard to tell how much of Khrushchev's motive for Destalinizing was for political betterment, compensating the citizens, or national security.
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 Essay World - The biggest online essay resource site - 098-007
Any superficial relaxation of restrictive rules was orchestrated for the good of the party and the state; the people and their efforts were merely fuel for the party machinery.
Khrushchev's liberalization policies of destalinization changed only those conditions that could not be sustainable.
Identification of those areas was dependent on Khrushchev's abilities of perception; while he identified several important areas, he failed to recognize the need for reform of other areas of Russian life as well, including religion.
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 USSR: History
In the destalinization campaign, portraits were removed from public places, institutions and localities bearing his name were renamed, and textbooks were rewritten to deflate his reputation.
The reasons for his ouster may have included unsatisfactory progress in agriculture and industry, and foreign policy disasters such as the Cuban crisis in 1962 and the failure of Soviet efforts since 1959 to obtain West Berlin.
A "thaw" in government control during the destalinization years from 1955 through 1964 was followed by a return to a more repressive policy, especially after the radical attempts at liberalization in Czechoslovkia in 1968.
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 Henry Bogdan - From Warsaw To Sofia
Despite its shortcomings, the first phase of what is called destalinization began a process with ramifications soon felt by the leaders of certain countries, Poland and Hungary in particular.
The Soviets, who had originated this destalinization, had not altered their views on their hegemony in Eastern Europe.
The first phase of destalinization in Hungary ended with the elimination of its principal author, Imre Nagy, and the return to power of the Stalinist forces led by Matyas Rakosi and his friends.
www.hungarian-history.hu /lib/bogdan/bogdan29.htm   (6021 words)

  
 Foreign Governments: Term Paper Section at AcademicTermPapers.com
An examination of the effects of nationalism on the federal structure of the government of Yugoslavia from 1960 to date.
The Titoist system is looked at for reforms such as decentralization of the economy, liberalization of the political framework of the party, and the deStalinization of the country as a whole.
A good history of deStalinization in the context of Russian history since the Bolshevik revolution.
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 Destalinization   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Khrushchev's Secret Speech -- Full Annotated Text Soviet leader's 1956 speech decrying Stalin's excesses.
This speech marked the beginning of the "destalinization" process.
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 Warsaw Palace of Culture and Science - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Palace of Culture and Science (Polish: Pałac Kultury i Nauki, also abbreviated PKiN) in Warsaw is the tallest building in Poland and the world's 164th tallest building.
The building was originally known as the Joseph Stalin Palace of Culture and Science (Pałac Kultury i Nauki imienia Józefa Stalina), but in the wake of destalinization the dedication was revoked; Stalin's name was hastily removed from the interior lobby and one of the building's sculptures.
The building currently serves as an exhibition centre and office complex.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Warsaw_Palace_of_Culture_and_Science   (629 words)

  
 Nicolae Ceausescu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The evolution of his regime followed the Stalinist path already traced byGheorghiu-Dej.
Their opposition to Soviet control was mainly determined by the unwillingness to proceed to destalinization.
The secret police (Securitate) maintained firm control over free speech and the media, and tolerated no internal opposition.
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 Destalinization and taste, 1953-1963 -- Reid 10 (2): 177 -- Journal of Design History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Destalinization and taste, 1953-1963 -- Reid 10 (2): 177 -- Journal of Design History
Articles by Reid, S. Destalinization and taste, 1953-1963
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 Czechs and Slovaks from the Great Moravian Empire to 1918
If you do the work, this will be interesting and entertaining.
Stalinism (Bad) and Part One of Destalinization (Better, but Still Not Good).
Things Don’t Just Get Worse: Part Two of Destalinization and the “New Relationship” of the 1960s.
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Nikita decided it was time to open the first letter.
All it said was: "Blame everything on me!" So Khruschev launched a massive deStalinization campaign, and blamed Josef for all the excesses and purges and ills of the present system, and bought himself some time that way.
But things continued on the downslide -- Kennedy successfully rebuffed Soviet missiles in Cuba, unemployment increased even more, crops failed even more, the Politburo was unhappy with Khruschev's leadership and upstarts like Brezhnev and Gromyko were threatening his credibility.
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Covers the period of destalinization of Russian literature.
The collection is a document of Hungarian Russian literary relations, an interesting and so far poorely documented aspect.
It is also a document of the period of destalinization of Russian literature.
www.oac.cdlib.org /view/mets/8p/ft9z09p08p.mets.xml   (158 words)

  
 His 261 Schedule
September 14-16: The Origins of the Cold War in Asia.
September 28-30: Decolonization, Destalinization, and the Origins of the Sino-Soviet Split.
October 5-7: The Space Race, the Missile Gap, the Berlin and Cuban Missile Crises, 1957-62.
www.cmu.edu /coldwar/gaddis-syl.htm   (384 words)

  
 destalinization - English-French Dictionary - WordReference.com
We found no French translation for 'destalinization' in our English to French Dictionary.
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 Kotkin, Stephen; Zelnik, Reginald (editor)Steeltown, U. S. S. R. : Glasnost, Destalinization and Perestroika in the ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Kotkin, Stephen; Zelnik, Reginald (editor)Steeltown, U. : Glasnost, Destalinization and Perestroika in the Provinces (Center for Slavic and East European Studies Occasional Papers)
Steeltown, U. : Glasnost, Destalinization and Perestroika in the Provinces (Center for Slavic and East European Studies Occasional Papers)
University of California at Berkeley, Center for Slavic & East European Studies.
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