1. After World War 11, the Soviet Union established satellites in Eastern Europe to

1. support the remaining Fascist governments in Eastern Europe.
2. preserve capitalism in Eastern Europe.
3. establish democratic governments in Eastern European nations.
4. expand its power and control over Eastern Europe.

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2. A major effect of Josef Stalin's policy of collectivization on Soviet agriculture was

1. a widespread food shortage throughout the nation.
2. an increase in the export of agricultural products.
3. a surplus of agricultural goods.
4. the immediate creation of many small private farms.

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3. Under Joseph Stalin, the Soviet Union emphasized centralized economic planning and five-year plans primarily to

1. produce more consumer goods.
2. expand exports.
3. create a demand for high-quality imports.
4. develop heavy industry.

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4. Stalin's Five-Year plans and his decision to form collectives are examples  of

1. strategies to modernize the economy of the Soviet Union through forced communism.
2. a more friendly foreign policy toward China.
3. methods of dealing with the United States during the Cold War.
4. programs to westernize, educate, and enlighten the population.

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5. Between 1945 and 198O, the Soviet Union gained control over the nations of Eastern Europe as a result of

1. prewar agreements between England and the Soviet Union.
2. free elections in those nations.
3. diplomatic and military pressure.
4. trusteeships established by the United Nations.

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