Economic repression in the Soviet Union
|Repression in the Soviet Union|
|Political repression • Economic repression • Ideological repression|
|Red Terror • Collectivization • Great Purge • Population transfer • Gulag • Holodomor • Political abuse of psychiatry|
|Religion • Suppressed research • Censorship • Censorship of images|
Eventually the social classes which were considered "enemies of the people" were dealt with by means of political repression, however in early periods of the Soviet history, undesirable classes, such as kulaks (rich peasants) were actively repressed by economical means, such as increased taxation and various restrictions on economic activities.
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