Joseph Stalin Rise the Scope of his Dictatorship (1924-1934 : An
During Stalin rise and strengthening of his power , he put into
operation several drastic policies and modus operandi so as to realize
his objectives these policies had a deep influence on Russian culture
and traditions . At the same time as very efficient in helping him to
keep his dictatorial authority , these policies had a very harmful
influence on many characteristics of society in the USSR . The
subjugation of the people which he believed indispensable with the aim
of implementing his dictatorial goals radically restricted the liberty
in addition to prosperity of his people . Especially in the sphere of
politics , Stalin 's brutality in view of his rivals eliminated any chance
of hostility to his policies . Minorities were subjugated as they were
considered as a danger to the creation of a homogenous , and thus more
pliant , Soviet population . Economically , Stalin 's collectivization of
farms and consequent industrialization brought Russia badly required
industrial progress nevertheless , this came at the expense of many
lives . Much of Soviet ingenuity and culture was smothered , as Stalin was
scared of the creation of mutinous ideas by means of the Arts . Despite
the fact that much progress was made in removing illiteracy , Soviet
education was rigorously restrained by Stalin , and choice of education
was absent . Consequently , due to the effectual use of fear , Stalin was
able to achieve and later reinforce his power over the Soviet Union .
Nevertheless , this came at an immense cultural , physical , and emotional
detriment to the people .
Impact on Population
Stalin 's rise to power had far-reaching impacts on the quality of life
of Russians . The collectivization of farms brought up many
demonstrations by the farmers , which were subjugated with increased
brutality by Stalin 's government .
Stalin 's dictatorship...