The New Economic Policy (NEP) was an economic policy of Soviet Russia
proposed by Vladimir Lenin, who described it as a progression towards "state ...
New Economic Policy (NEP), the economic policy of the government of the Soviet
Union from 1921 to 1928, representing a temporary retreat from its previous ...
The New Economic Policy (NEP) was based around a tax called prodnalog,
which was a tax on food. By introducing a tax, Lenin was essentially admitting
A collapse in economic activity in Russia caused Lenin to support the adoption of
a New Economic Policy by the Communist Party.
His response to the poor economy he adopted and how he planned to improve it
was called the New Economic Policy, or the N.E.P., which got its name from the ...
The New Economic Policy (NEP), introduced by Lenin at the Tenth Party
Congress in March 1921, represented a major departure from the party's
New Economic Policy (NEP), official economic reconstruction program of the
USSR from 1921 to 1928. It replaced the economic policies of "war Communism"
After the civil war, Lenin revised his economic policy and introduced the New
Economic Policy (NEP). Through this, peasants were allowed to sell some of their
The New Economic Policy means substituting a tax for the requisitioning of food;
it means reverting to capitalism to a considerable extent—to what extent we do ...
New Economic Policy definition, (in the Soviet Union) a program in effect from
1921 to 1928, reviving the wage system and private ownership of some factories