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In the Soviet Union, large farms were _______. a. the last form of privately owned business. c. entirely owned and operated by the state b. extremely lucrative d. These specialists were given a
portion of the profits
In the Soviet Union, large farms were allocated to the peasants as pasturage for their private livestock.
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User: In the Soviet Union, large farms were _______. a. the last form of privately owned business. c. entirely owned and operated by the state b. extremely lucrative d. These specialists were given a portion of the profits

Weegy: In the Soviet Union, large farms were allocated to the peasants as pasturage for their private livestock.
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