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The Soviet Union or USSR (1922–1991) was a socialist state in Eurasia. After the 1924 death of founding leader Lenin (who led the October Revolution in 1917), Stalin established a planned economy and suppressed political opposition. After World War II, the Soviet Union emerged as one of the world's two superpowers, opposing the USA in the Cold War. 1980s leader Gorbachev attempted reform with perestroika and glasnost but the country collapsed in 1991.

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M. King Hubbert predicted that Soviet oil production would decline as it did, thus implying an economic collapse. It seems that the CIA took Hubbert’s methodology seriously and applied it to the U …
answered Sep 27 '16 by D J Sims
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I assume they rejected it, given the anti-malthusian nature of Marxism.
asked May 8 '16 by D J Sims
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http://www.zdnet.com/article/the-wwii-german-army-was-80-horse-drawn-business-lessons-from-history/ Up until 1943 the Wermacht was only 20% motorized. However, this understates the importance of mech …
answered Jun 30 '16 by D J Sims
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The USSR industrialized at roughly the same rate as the peripheral European countries. Maybe a little slower. http://akarlin.com/2012/06/the-soviet-economy-charting-failure/
answered Feb 24 '16 by D J Sims
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Stalin was likely to attack anyway, and made statements in this direction. Source: Soviet offensive plans controversy Danilov and Heinz Magenheimer examined this plan and other documents in the …
answered Sep 24 '16 by D J Sims