J. Stalin Works (1937-1940, Volume 14) by Joseph Stalin

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By Joseph Stalin

Choice of writings that are supposed to supply an in depth perception into Stalins politics and actions within the interval as much as his dying in 1953. comprises a few studies from Kolkhozine leaders to Stalin to teach the diversity of difficulties soviet management needed to deal with and solve.Included Stalins explanatory speech at the Draft structure .

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Recently I was dining with the Royal Society, our great English scientific society. The President's speech was a speech for social planning and scientific control. Thirty years ago, they would not have listened to what I say to them now. Today, the man at the head of the Royal Society holds revolutionary views and insists on the scientific reorganisation of human society. Mentality changes. Your class-war propaganda has not kept pace with these facts. 33 Stalin : Yes, I know this, and this is to be explained by the fact that capitalist society is now in a cul-de sac.

An idle man, Wells : The big ship is humanity, not a class. Stalin : You, Mr. Wells, evidently start out with the assumption that all men are good. I, however, do not forget that there are many wicked men. I do not believe in the goodness of the bourgeoisie. Wells : I remember the situation with regard to the technical intelligentsia several decades ago. At that time the technical intelligentsia was numerically small, but there was much to do and every engineer, technician and intellectual found his opportunity.

R. e) History of modern dependent and colonial countries. The Council of People's Commissars and the Central Committee of the Communist Party decided to organize five groups charged with the responsibility of compiling the new manuals, and they confirmed the composition of these groups. R. " In these remarks, all the summaries were submitted to a detailed examination and to a severe criticism. " Although fewer, the faults of the summary of the manual of "Modern History" were equally important. The remarks of Comrades Stalin, Kirov and Idanov indicated exhaustively in which ways it would be necessary to transform these summaries and the complete manuals.

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