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La URSS es el estado con la agricultura socializada más grande del mundo.

Número de Cartel: PP 233
Información sobre el cartel: (En el libro en el centro del cartel) “Ley Nacional para el uso perpetuo de la tierra en las granjas colectivas.” En la parte inferior derechal, con camisa oscura y corbata gris, aparece retratado Trofim Lysenko, ingeniero agrónomo y genetista durante la era de Stalin.
Tamaño: 41x28.5
Tipo de cartel: Litografía y Offset
Fecha de publicación: 1939
Editores: Editor M. Ioffe; Technical Editor A. Pupkov
Información técnica: Iskusstvo No. 9994; Index R...[illegible]; Approved for printing December 20, 1938; Submitted for production December 21, 1938; Standard format 62 x 94; Volume 1 sheet of paper; Order No. 3507; Printed on an offset rotary press in the “Gudok” Typography Workshop
Número de Glavlit: 58218
Fuentes: Graham, L. R. (2016). Lysenko's ghost: Epigenetics and Russia. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
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