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This paper argues that of the three causes of the Soviet breakup that have been offered, political, economic, and ethnic, the economic solution is the true one and crosses over the other two. The paper notes that 70 years of Socialist government had damaged the ability of the Soviet Union even to feed her population, let alone to cope with the many economic issues she had to face, especially with political decisions for increased spending on security and to counter the West, decisions which increased the amount of money that had to be spent each year.
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