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    What made people change their mind on Stalin initially was Khruschev's negative description of Stalin. After Stalin died, it was hard to find an equally influential leader and Khruschev decided to portray Stalin in a very bad light in order to cause people to focus new hopes on Khruschev.

    There were many things that were horrible during Stalin's term but I doubt Khruschev or anyone else would do a better job. It was an extremely difficult situation before and during WWII.

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    Big, are you kidding me? Stalin did not win WW2. He refused to belive germany invaded when they set foot in the USSR. He ignored all warnings. Because of his arrogance and stupidity in military combat millions of live were lost. He exiled all his top generals. The biggest person that played a role was Zhukov. Stalin didn't do shit but sit in his mansion while people were dying. He postponed USSR'S path to a superpower. The only reason USSR became a superpower waas because of ww2. Why do you think someone instead od Stalin would not have been able to acheive the industrialization goals? All countries industialize eventually Big. Before that, Stalin didn't do shit. USSR industrialiazation started late becaue of Stalin. Any replacement would have acheived the same thing because Stalin just gives the order. Any replacement would have acheived the same goals without the human toll. Stalin was an embarrasement.

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    Well, you have America with all its great Democracy and money and military and look, Bush created a disaster in Iraq. How was Stalin supposed to do a nice, clean job in Soviet Union when Bush can't even take care of Iraq?

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    You can build factories and plants without killing millions of people even in a communist system. I'm not saying Stalin should have created a democracy in USSR.

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    Lenin died of syphilis.

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    And Reagan died of AIDS.

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    Read it and weep BIG:

    http://poxblog.typepad.com/

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    Do you know many people that had 2 bullets in their upper body and 3 strokes and lived for very long?

    OC, Sometimes I respect you and sometimes you just come up with the most pathetic articles I can ever imagine.

    Lenin was a special person. Deal with it!

    Lenin's health had already been severely damaged by the strains of revolution and war. The assassination attempt earlier in his life also added to his health problems. The bullet was still lodged in his neck, too close to his spine for medical techniques of the time to remove. In May 1922, Lenin had his first stroke. He was left partially paralyzed on his right side, and his role in government declined. After the second stroke in December of the same year, he resigned from active politics. In March 1923, he suffered his third stroke and was left bedridden for the remainder of his life, no longer able to speak.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lenin

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    Big, Syphilis is a medical condition, not a moral failure (the author of that article claims at one time 25% of Europe was infected with the disease), it does however, afflict it's sufferers with delusions of granduer and meglamania in it's tertiary stage (sounds very English). If you would peruse her website you would see some famous Americans on the list; like Lincoln (kind of explains why he thought he could win the war in 4 months). I've read several good biographies on Lenin, I know he was shot. He also had syphilis, this was covered up because ot was believed it would reflect badly on the revolution if it's leader was a syphilitic. Read her book, it's fantastic, much of modern Europeans history is influenced by sysphilis.

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