2 edition of Current problems of Soviet agriculture. found in the catalog.
Current problems of Soviet agriculture.
United States. Central Intelligence Agency.
by Central Intelligence Agency, Office of Research and Reports in Washington
Written in English
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Soviet Agriculture's Dependence on the West. By He is the author of a number of widely published studies of East European and Soviet agriculture, including two books available in English, The Private Sector in Soviet Agriculture and Agrarian Policies in Communist Europe, and, most recently, edited Current Trends in the Soviet and East Cited by: 6. Loss of Agricultural Land. One of the major problems facing agriculture is the loss of agricultural land, because as more land is lost, it will become more difficult to produce the amount of food.
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Agriculture in Russia survived a severe transition decline in the early s as it struggled to transform from a command economy to a market-oriented system. Following the breakup of the Soviet Union in , large collective and state farms – the backbone of Soviet agriculture – had to contend with the sudden loss of state-guaranteed marketing and supply channels and a changing legal environment . Russia and Agriculture Agriculture was a major component of Russia’s economy for many decades leading up to Even with industrialisation, the majority of Russians were peasants working the land. To remain in power, the Romanovs had to keep the peasants on their side. In , Alexander II had emancipated the serfs. However, such a .
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A fourth Five-Year Plan was released, concentrating as usual on heavy industrial development, which had shifted east due to the war. Despite impressive developments in industry, Soviet agriculture suffered greatly in the postwar period, as a drought in caused a massive famine.
Collective farming proved once again to be hugely inefficient. It addresses the crisis in Soviet agriculture of the early s, examining the problems of low productivity, adverse natural conditions and an underdeveloped infrastructure.
The book’s analysis of the ‘crisis’ focuses on the growing gap between demand and supply of agricultural produce, and the pressures on the government to alleviate the food by: It addresses the crisis in Soviet agriculture of the early s, examining the problems of low productivity, adverse natural conditions and an underdeveloped infrastructure.
The book’s analysis of the ‘crisis’ focuses on the growing gap between demand and supply of agricultural produce, and the pressures on the government to alleviate the food shortages.
The status of the zveno is probably one of the most interesting issues in Soviet agriculture at the beginning of the s. During the s little was heard about it, but there has been an increasing flow of articles regarding the zveno and in the ‘Food Programme’ it is explicitly stated that it Author: Stefan Hedlund.
The Years of Hunger: Soviet Agriculture, Author(s): Wheatcroft, R. Davies and Stephen G. evidence than any previous study documenting the intentions of Soviet leaders and the character of the agrarian and agricultural crises of these years.
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Stalin exploited it by arguing that greedy peasants were ruining Soviet agriculture. Instead of allowing peasants to run their own farms and keep the money they made from selling produce, Stalin brought in collectivisation – under this process peasants were forced to pool their land and resources together.
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