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Vladimir Lenin had won the Civil War in Russia, but the last few years of his life, between 1921 and 1924 (the year of his death), were troubled. The Soviet economy was in a very bad way, and Lenin's own health was poor (not helped by an assassination attempt in 1918). In this atmosphere rivals lined up to compete for the Lenin's position of power as the head of the Soviet Union.
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