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Stalin was for a communism government. A totalitarian government where he could be dictator and be in charge of what every one under him did.

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How is Stalin a totalitarian?

Stalin was a totalitarian, because he maneuvered himself into total control of the government by use of terror and fear. He controlled the secret police and the Politburo of the Communist Party and by that he effectively controlled everything. He permitted no political opposition, ignored laws when he wanted to and essentially imposed his personal will on the country.


What was one positive effect of the Soviet Unions central planning?

The leader Joseph Stalin imposed strict 5 year plans to boost industrial and agricultural production.


How did Stalin control people in russia?

By Central Comittee of Communist Party of the Soviet Union.


Who did Stalin fight for power?

At first, Joseph Stalin fought Leon Trotsky for power in the new Soviet Union. Once Stalin eliminated Trotsky, he fought with Grigory Zinoviev, eliminated him then vied with Nikolai Bukharin for sole control of the government. He outmaneuvered Bukharin as well and by 1929, Stalin had sole control of the Communist Party and the government of the Soviet Union.


Was Joseph Stalin a totalarianism?

Yes. He believed the government (aka him) should control everything.


What did Stalin purged his government and country in the name of .?

He killed millions in the name of absolute control.


Who did Joseph Stalin fight for power?

At first, Joseph Stalin fought Leon Trotsky for power in the new Soviet Union. Once Stalin eliminated Trotsky, he fought with Grigory Zinoviev, eliminated him then vied with Nikolai Bukharin for sole control of the government. He outmaneuvered Bukharin as well and by 1929, Stalin had sole control of the Communist Party and the government of the Soviet Union.


How did Joseph Stalin expand his power?

Joseph Stalin expanded his power by using his secret police and the government to control society. He took control of farms and killed farmers who resisted so that he could control food supplies.


Soviet leader who brought all economic activity under government control?

joseph stalin


Who was the soviet leader who brought all economic activity under government control?

joseph stalin


Who was the Russian dictator who established a harsh totalitarian communist government in russia?

Both Vladimir Lenin and Joseph Stalin imposed harsh totalitarian governments in Russia and the Soviet Union. Stalin's was harsher and more totalitarian than Lenin's though.


What was Stalin's form of government?

Stalin's form of government was totalitarianism