The Collapse Of The USSR.
The collapse of the USSR was one of the most significant events of the twentieth century. Mikhail Gorbachev played a role in the collapse of the USSR; however, he was not solely responsible for everything that took place in the fall of the USSR. Previous leaders as well as other politicians led to the collapse of the USSR.
When Gorbachev came into power, the economy was very weak and there was a lot of corruption in the government. In an effort to strengthen the economy he introduced three reforms. The first was Perestroika (Economic Restructuring), which saw more private enterprise in or…
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