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Stalin gained control over the party and state by appointing loyal followers to positions of power
After Stalin's rise to power, many revolutionary leaders were exiled, imprisoned, or executed.
With private property dissolved and agriculture collectivized, many farmers destroyed their crops rather than give them to the state
Anyone suspected of opposing Stalin's rule, including individuals in his party were imprisoned or executed
Stalin's cult of personality portrayed him as an infinitely wise, godlike being.
Once Stalin seized power, he attempted crash industrialization to catch up with the west.
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