Hardly changed at all.
Changed more than in any previous decade.
Changed, but only for the better.
Changed, but only in negative ways.
Became shorter than at any time in history.
Supported ideas of Western superiority.
Seemed to reinforce bourgeois values.
Invariably led to communism.
Challenged Victorian morality and middle-class values.
Caused the Great Depression.
Increases in electricity and heavy industries.
Production of consumer goods for export.
Acquiring colonies to protect the Soviet economy.
Decentralized control and economic incentives.
Participation in the European Union.
It did not change his plan.
Stalin intended to produce arms but decided to produce consumer goods instead.
It provided Stalin with a new trading partner who also was a militarist.
The Nazis demanded that Stalin cancel his second Five-Year Plan.
Stalin intended to produce consumer goods but decided to produce arms instead.
Stalin's desire to remove old supporters of Lenin from the Party.
The plan to remove Red Army officers suspected of treason.
Extend industrialization's rapid pace into a third five year plan.
Prepare the population for a dictatorship of the proletariat
Spread the terror to the lower levels of the population.