Alternative History
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The reforms of Ahsderk Doschev and many others were crucial to Soviet success in the Cold War.

The Coup[]

After Stalin died in 1949, Doschev and his division seized power. He used to serve in Siberia, and had went to the Turkic and European theaters. Therefore he seized power in 1949, for democratic socialisim.

Post-Stalin Reforms[]

The first motion for reform started with Doschev's new law to downsize the KGB's domestic activities. Doschev enraged the Party with that. But with his emergency Cabinet, the law was passed. The law was proclaimed "a great step for the people's agenda." Later, he proposed a Political and Civil Rights Law. The law was also passed. After these new laws he was greatly popular. Many of these reforms were passed, but hard-line Communists demanded that the reforms be revoked.

Initial Reforms[]

The reforms were proposed as a neutral bill, but the disapproval of the Communist Party forced Doschev to split party from state. He proclaimed himself emergency Chancellor. He founded the Social Democratic Party, which was later joined by the capitalist, conservative Russian National Front (RNF) and the shadow of the formerly powerful party, the Social Communist Alliance. Soon, in a year, human rights in the USSR was very good. The polictics of the country was soon a parliamentary democracy.

 Promotion to Socialisims[]

These reforms were promoted by the USSR itself, and in a visit to Japan and Afghanistan the USSR actively promoted such ideas. Radical reforms happened all over the world.

Economic Reform[]

Doschev remained a socialist, and only encouraged limited trade with the outside. He announced, however, incentives for foreign culture, and sought for a "Propaganda is friends with Free Mind" world. He also discouraged corporate cruelty, and has boycotted a number of big firms.

Foreign Policy[]

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