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Of course people weren’t staring at their phones in the 1920s, but the posters were plastered everywhere — at work and on collective farms, in train and trolley stations, on the walls of storefronts and apartment buildings.
Marinov and his family acquired Vela in the early 1990s, when Bulgaria’s collective farms collapsed along with Communism.
The state owned the nation's herd and grazing land, with herders paid a wage for working in collective farms.
Onishchenko's father was a truck driver on a Soviet-era collective farm in 1991, when the Soviet Union collapsed.
Aiming to feed a growing urban work force and increase exports, Stalin’s henchmen forced peasants onto collective farms and eliminated relatively well-off peasants known as kulaks.
Russia passed laws in the 1990s aimed at dissolving the country's 27,000 state and collective farms into shareholder societies, while additional legislation 15 years ago allowed the sale of agricultural lands for commercial purposes.
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COLLECTIVE FARM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of collective farm for English Language Learners
: a farm that is run by several farmers and controlled by the government
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