Joseph Stalin's Reign Persuasive Essay by ResearchRiter

Joseph Stalin's Reign
An argument that Stalin's brutal and violent tyranny is what most accurately defines him and his leadership.
# 124939 | 2,000 words | 20 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in History (Leaders) , History (Russian)

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This paper provides an argumentative analysis on Joseph Stalin that argues that though he was beloved by millions and viewed as a champion of the working poor, his brutal and violent tyranny is the characteristic that more accurately defines him and his leadership of the Soviet Union.

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"While most of the world viewed Joseph Stalin as a virtual tyrant, for millions of Russian and other repressed workers, he remained a hero of the working classes. Stalin would rule Russia after the death of Vladimir Lenin, rising in power by combining the proletariat and the poor peasantry. (Rieber Nelson) Stalin created a new view of the state as the main vehicle for establishing and maintaining socialism, in which the Communist Party was supreme and charged with leading the masses."

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