Peaceful Coexistence: Collective Leadership and Stalinist Control
This chapter describes how, in the wake of the Leningrad Affair, Stalin kept up pressures on individual members of the group by engaging in periodic attacks. It also describes the further rationalization of the Council of Ministers with the establishment of a new military-industrial bureau. It describes the emergence of the rough outlines of “collective leadership” within the council's Presidium Bureau.
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