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What I'm pointing out is that, for most of its history, redistribution did not lead to starvation in the Soviet Union (and that's without even getting into how much of the starvation in the Soviet Union was a result of communism vs. authoritarianism and genocidal crackdowns) and that, in fact, the *end* of redistribution and the arrival of capitalist policies was disastrous for the Russian people. 

Actually, after 1947 there ceased to be widespread starvation in Russia up until the Soviet Union collapsed and GLORIOUS CAPITALISM arrived.  By 1996, the front runner in the presidential elections was the leader of the Communist Party, and Yeltsin managed to claw his way from last place primarily through a combination of domestic fraud and foreign interference.