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  • Even if it ended up bad, it still saved the country

    Of the estimated 110 million people living in russia, 97 million were peasant farmers, almost all of which lived in poverty, and all at a medieval standard of living. First of all, the 97 million who lived in a medieval standard had a life expectancy of around 32 years. Compared to the modern expectancy of 70 years today, and the life expectancy of 40 years in developed nations in 1900. Clearly, russia was in need of improvements. Under the Soviet Union, life expectancy increased to 68 years, employment became guaranteed, as did pay, as well as free health care and education. All of these were either difficult to find or nonexistent among the common people of Russia under Tsar nicholas’s reign.

  • It helped keep everybody alive and equal

    In a large country such as Russia resources can be hard to manage and if farmers export the crops the sheer amount of people in the country would surely decline and there would be hunger and death. Every one is treated fair and equally thus ending racism and sexism and creating a happier life style and a lower crime rate.

  • In some ways.

    Communism benefited Russia, in some ways, because it is such a huge country. Communism can be useful in larger countries where resources are limited. It made sure that everyone had something to eat, even if it was only a little. It also ensures that everyone is treated equally regardless of sex.

  • Think before Communism came along

    Before communism came around Russia was suffering from a major inflation problem, and fighting a war they didn't really belong in. On the inflation problem it would of taken an entire trunk of rubles to buy a loaf of bread...No one was rich enough to even get that much. As soon a Lenin came around things improved drastically.

  • Did not benefit

    So what had it been like after Lenin and his communists took over? A point that can be used to rebuttal this statement would be that, After many people had realised the communists’ promises had been lies they refused to cooperate, As everything belonged to the government. It had seemed that the people were being ignored, As the power only belonged to the government and the rich. It meant that many workers went on strike, Refusing to work, So production fell far below their previous output. The consequences were very severe; it resulted in the deaths of 5 million Russian people dying of starvation. This point can clearly depict how, Due to the hatred the Russian people had for the communists, It led to strikes and a revolution.

  • No it did not

    More Russians died under communism than people under Hitlers rule by a controlled famine caused deliberately. The state could not stand on its own two feet since people did not have access to basic needs and had to wait in long queues in order to get things like food, cars, etc.

  • Nah it diddnt fam

    It didnt help cuz russia was bad before and bad after so in the ened i guess that what im tryinging to say is that when russia revolutionized it did not help a lot but also did not have a bad impact so it definitely wasnt fully bad or fully good


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