Internal policy of state power in the USSR by the beginning of the 1980s. Features of ideology, national and socio-economic policy.
We are talking about the period of “stagnation” (as it is often called) and the era of Leonid Brezhnev, who was the general secretary of the CPSU from 1964 to 1982.
Among the features are:
-Stability of frames. The result is gerontocracy (“the power of the old,” a high average age of leadership by 1980).
-According to the 1977 Constitution, instead of the previously declared “Dictatorship of the Proletariat”, the leading and guiding role of the party was consolidated in the country, and the state became national and socialist.
-The idea of ”developed socialism”. The building of communism was postponed indefinitely in the future.
-Only collective-farm-cooperative and state property was recognized. Well, or socialist property.
-State planning. 1980 coincided with the beginning of the XI five-year plan.
-Since 1977 in the Council of Nationalities (it was part of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR) there were 32 representatives from the union republics, and there were also deputies from the ASSR, autonomous regions and national districts.
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