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In Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic, the transition to privatization was facilitated a. by the military. c. with aid from the United States. b. by holding free elections. d. by using vouchers.
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In Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic, the transition to privatization was facilitated by using vouchers.

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The process of collectivization contributed to the starvation of millions of Soviet peasants during the 1930s. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F
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It is "False" because In the early 1930s over 90% of agricultural land was "collectivized" as rural households entered collective farms with their land, livestock, and other assets. The sweeping collectivization often involved tremendous human and social costs.
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The answer to this question is TRUE
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The main reason for the economic failure of the Soviet Union was a. that industrial expansion was limited by labor shortages. b. that perestroika alienated the workers. c. that the economy was too complex to be managed by central planning. d. overproduction of consumer goods.
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I am from Romania also a communist country in the past. The correct answer is c) that the economy was to complex to be managed by central planning. In a centralized economy the central planning always fails to manage the entire economy of a country.
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All of the following led to the collapse of the Soviet economy EXCEPT a. a lack of worker incentives. c. inadequate supply of consumer goods. b. a reliance on production quotas. d. the introduction of a market economy.
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