How Did The Soviet Union A Violation Of Human Rights

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➢ Joseph Stalin’s Communist Soviet Union was a mix of both spectrums in terms of the violation of Human Rights. On one end, the Communist leader’s greatest task was to enforce collectivism in terms of farming. The government created state-owned farms, by taking away land from farmers, however that backfired as it did not produce enough food for everyone, and led to many citizens dying of starvation. On the other end, though a savage leader, Stalin helped the Russians through the betterment of their education and transportation. He was an advocate of recreating the ideal world, where all people were equal; as an outcome he gave women jobs and an education. Furthermore, he improved transportation for the whole country by building railway lines.
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