The following two articles are taken from the New York Times on November 11, 2007The following two articles are taken from the New York Times on November 11, 2007
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The Bolsheviks were fighting for their survival and Lenin adopted a policy called ‘War Communism’. It was geared towards the needs of the army. The main features were as follows
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