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Week 6 Lesson 1: NEP - Longer-term effects

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Transcript of Week 6 Lesson 1: NEP - Longer-term effects

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Three key longer-term effects of the NEP
1. The 'scissors' crisis

2. Party purges

3. The emergence of 'nepmen' (a divided society)
Economic: The 'scissors' crisis
Political: Party purges
A purge was launched in 1921 to get rid of those who were critical of the NEP and the central leadership

Targeted
'radishes'
(those who were red on the outside and white on the inside)

By the end of 1923, one-third of the Party had been expelled.
Week 6 Lesson 1: NEP - Longer-term effects

LI:
To understand the long-term effects of the NEP.

SC:
Students will be able to explain different long-term effects of the NEP, including social, economic, military, and political (especially ideological debate within the Communist Party).

Social: The emergence of 'nepmen' (a divided society)
Return of highly visible inequality in Russian society

'Domineering rapacious buchaneers' - Trotsky on the emergence of 'nepmen'

Critics called it the
N
ew
E
xploitation of the
P
roletariat
First activity: Thematic organisation of longer-term effects of the NEP
What is meant by
'thematic'
?

Political, social, economic, military

1. Working in pairs.

2. Read the short text.

3. Place the word 'political, social, economic or military' next to each dot point according to which theme it
most
relates to.

4. We have 15 minutes.

5. Class discussion to follow.
Second activity: Deeper analysis of the longer-term effects of the NEP
1. Working individually.

2. Read and annotate the text.

3. Answer Questions 1-3 thoroughly.

4. We have 20 minutes.

5. Class discussion to follow.
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