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Soviet Union between 1927 and 1953 was dominated by Joseph Stalin,
who sought to reshape Soviet society with aggressive economic
planning, in particular a sweeping collectivization of agriculture
and development of industrial power. He introduced his
"Westernizer" ideals to the Soviet Union by broadly and thoroughly
reforming Soviet policy; such was exemplified by a period of rapid
industrialization. He also promoted a secret police and a mass
mobilization party, which led to millions of deaths as a result of
purges and collectivization efforts.
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