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In this paper I seek to resurrect the bugbear of Soviet history, the question of ideology. Until recently it appeared that the problem of Soviet ideology had died from sheer fatigue and been given a decent burial by the revisionist social historians. With the turn to social history, the focus of historians shifted from the primacy of politics and ideology in the Soviet Union to the social bases of Stalinism, and one rarely came across ideology as an analytical problem. Recently, however, adoi:10.25071/1913-9632.5380 fatcat:lenn5y4shbg5dbe73rwpy4weoe