What factors encouraged the development of a totalitarian government in the Soviet Union? Who was the primary leader who took power and what was the name of his political party? What methods did the leader use to take power? In what ways, if any, did the leader appeal to the people? What actions did the leader take to control the country?

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Stalin is the successor of Lenin in the Soviet Union. He established a totalitarian rule through control of communication, education, religion, military and everything that are essential to the government. His political party is known as the Bolshevik.  After Lenin's death, he appeared to be the next leader, it made him get the people's favor.

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