By Andrew Bell, Cyrus R. Edmonds
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Without NKRKI, he declared, 'it is impossible to teach the non-party workers and peasants the art of administration, and from this task it is impossible either in principle or practice to retreat at the present time'. \0 Following this clash of views no regulatory order was issued, although Lenin's plan for his deputies was taken as the basis for determining their responsibilities. In April 1922 Lenin proposed to the Politburo that Trotsky should become one of his deputies in Sovnarkom, as part of his design to strengthen the government machine as a counterweight to the party apparatus.
It lacked authority, its proposals were ignored or obstructed and, even in Moscow, its functionaries were unceremoniously kicked out of the institutions they were investigating. However, he insisted that the voluntary principle underlying NKRKI's relations with the institutions be retained. A major effort was needed to raise its authority and competence and to win the co-operation of the institutions. 86 THE X PARTY CONGRESS AND THE REDIRECTION OF CONTROL In the second half of 1920 the regime was hit by a tidal wave of unrest in industry and in the countryside.
4saU i\>lN JJJJ- e4)juasai\ }- nssJ. ;: z ~ Institutionalization of State Control 27 bodies were established on the principle of dual subordination, accountable to NKRKI and to the local soviet. 71 NKRKI acquired a huge staff of controllers and officials. The total staff of the tsarist GosKontrol in 1917 stood at 3,000, that of NKGosKon in 1920 at 10,000, whilst NKRKI's by 1922 had risen to 12,000 'erkaisty'. This fourfold increase in staff in five years reflected the expansion in the scope and detail of financial control.
A history of feudalism, British and continental by Andrew Bell, Cyrus R. Edmonds