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Soviet Union in Transition

Summary: Discusses the unexpected results of turning that Soviet Union has undergone in transforming into a democratic, socialist nation. The old Soviet Union's many problems are discussed.
The new democratic government of Russia had a slow and discordant start. The terrible days of a centrally planned economy was over, but its people were still confounded. Restrictions were removed, only to bring about new forms of terror. Through a series of struggles for the right type of religion, law enforcement, industrial development, concerns toward the environment, and the government's effort to hide the truth, the placid modern Russia was born.

Every religion's main goal is to provide a mental support for the human beings, and receive materialistic support back from them. It was only natural for a major religious clash to occur in Russia, having just been released from restrictions and welcoming various new ideas. The traditional Orthodox was devastated as most of its supporters turned to Christianity, and other invaders of the religion. Spirituality was always a deranged point in Russia.

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