The Results of the Five Year

Jugow, A.
November 1941
New Republic;11/17/41, Vol. 105 Issue 20, p652
Presents information on the results of the three Five Year Plans on the economic and social aspect of the Soviet Union. Aim of the Plans was the rehabilitation of the nation's economy; Interruption of the Third Five Year Plan due to the outbreak of the Russo-German war; Projection of the Plans for a tremendous expansion in industrial production; Report on the rates of growth in the separate branches of industry; Development of the agricultural production due to compulsory collectivization and the abolition of the incentives of private economy; Continuation of the struggle between planning and chaotic market manifestations; Change in the Soviet social structure; Conditions of the workers and peasants in the country.


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