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Feb
26
comment What was the situation of homosexuals in the early Soviet Union?
@jwenting you are completely wrong. There were no forced medical treatment of homosexualism before it was criminalised not to say, inmates of mental hospitals newer were used for any kind of serious labor.
Feb
26
comment What was the situation of homosexuals in the early Soviet Union?
@Felix Goldberg how the Provisional Government could create the RSFSR criminal code?
Feb
25
revised Are there non-russian sources related to how Rurikid Dynasty became rulers of Russia?
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Feb
25
revised Psychology in the 19th century
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Feb
24
comment Why and how did some Germans choose to join the Stasi (Staatssicherheit)?
"you get to bully people around with impunity, even beat them up and if you've powerful enough friends kill them" LOL. Definitely not the case of GDR, -1
Feb
24
revised Psychology in the 19th century
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Feb
24
asked Psychology in the 19th century
Feb
21
comment How many non-partisan (independent) legislature members were in the USA compared to the USSR?
@Felix Goldberg this deserves opening a new question.
Feb
21
comment What was Vyshinsky's position about extrajudical repressions in the USSR?
@Felix Goldberg it was before the purges started. Of course, after the repressions were criticized everybody would say the same. May be I am wrong and he in fact was critical in 1936 rather than 1937.
Feb
21
comment What was Vyshinsky's position about extrajudical repressions in the USSR?
@Felix Goldberg i heard that in some party meeting in 1937 he was critical of the proposed repressions and called for uniform application of law.
Feb
21
comment How many non-partisan (independent) legislature members were in the USA compared to the USSR?
@Felix Goldberg I mean in the East Germany or N Korea there was a formal organization like "Popular front" that included the main party and some others. In the USSR there was no such thing - when a candidate was nominated by another organization, the Communists would retract their own candidate. This was called "block". You in the answer say there was a formal block.
Feb
21
comment How many non-partisan (independent) legislature members were in the USA compared to the USSR?
@jwenting of course, not.
Feb
21
asked What was Vyshinsky's position about extrajudical repressions in the USSR?
Feb
21
revised Did Germany have treaties imposed upon it after WWII that mirrored the weight of the Treaty of Versailles?
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Feb
21
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Feb
21
answered Did Germany have treaties imposed upon it after WWII that mirrored the weight of the Treaty of Versailles?
Feb
21
revised Why does Europe have so few skyscrapers compared to East Asia?
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Feb
20
comment How many non-partisan (independent) legislature members were in the USA compared to the USSR?
@Felix Goldberg any proof that the "bloc" was formal rather than propaganda?
Feb
20
comment How many non-partisan (independent) legislature members were in the USA compared to the USSR?
Also can you please give a source that such "Communist and party-less Bloc" existed formally rather than being just a propaganda thing.
Feb
20
comment How many non-partisan (independent) legislature members were in the USA compared to the USSR?
If the USA information is googlable, I see no reason why not to include it here for comparison. I also interested to know why do you assert that the US independent candidates were independent substantively. Also my question was about party members, not members of particular blocks (because party members are subjects to party discipline).