Kulaks, the Duma, Women Workers between 1900 and 1930, the Liberals, and Stalin's Collectivization Programme
We have written about the Kulaks, the Duma, women workers, the liberals, and Stalin's collectivization program here:
- The Kulaks were the wealthy peasant class who hoarded grains to make more profit. They were raided under Stalin's government because they were considered a class enemy.
- The Duma was a Russian assembly with advisory and legislative powers.
- Women workers between 1900 and 1930s demanded fair wages for their service in factories.
- The Liberals were pro-government people who believed that the right to vote was to be exercised only by men who owned property.
- Stalin's collectivization program involved the establishment of collective farms where everyone worked together and shared the profit equally.