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- broke out across Russia, largely in opposition to Sovnarkom's food requisitioning project; as an antidote, Lenin introduced market-oriented reforms: the...
- them. Based upon the fabricated success, party cadres were ordered to requisition a disproportionately high amount of that fictitious harvest for state...
- taxation either, and were little help. By 1780, Congress was making requisitions for specific supplies of corn, beef, pork, and other necessities—an inefficient...
- their enterprise's management. That month they also issued an order requisitioning the country's gold, and nationalised the banks, which Lenin saw as a...
- and other disturbances, like Operation Surya Hope, and can also be requisitioned by the government to cope with internal threats. It is a major component...
- States, plundered conquered areas and seized food supplies, and levied requisitions on countries he controlled, such as Italy. The French Revolution had...
- territories such as America, horses, wagons, and drivers were frequently requisitioned from the locals, often by impressment or by hire. No centrally organized...
- coexist alongside nationalized industry in the 1920s and total food requisition in the countryside was replaced by a food tax. The stated purpose of...
- Confederacy "died of states' rights". The central government was denied requisitioned soldiers and money by governors and state legislatures because they...
- refers to the business processes that cover activities of requesting (requisitioning), purchasing, receiving, paying for and accounting for goods and services...
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