Soviet agriculture since the September 1953 reforms. 15 September, 1955.

by Nancy Nimitz


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A discussion of the developments proposed after the 1953 Soviet agricultural reforms to reduce the importance of private production in total food supply. In particular, this study discusses USSR plans to increase the production of specific crops and to improve incentives and collective farm management.

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