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What is meant by the re-stalinization of the Soviet Block and the Soviet Union?


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Answered 2008-04-13 21:58:57

After the Brezhnev Doctrine; the USSR has the right to interfere in the internal politics of any communist nation. When Khrushchev is removed and replaced with Brezhnev re-Stalanization is introduced.

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