The Fall of the Soviet Union, 1991
- Gorbachev made a couple of major changes in 1990
- First was he introduced ‘rule of law’
- He felt that socialism could be achieved within a democratic state
- Second was the ‘500 day plan’ dealing with the deficit
- Finally, the Union Treaty giving the republics more autonomy
In 1990, Gorbachev made some major changes. Primarily, he introduced the "Rule of Law". He believed that socialism could be achieved through a democratic state. The second change he made was the "500 day plan" which dealt with the deficit.The third change he made was the Union treaty which gave the Republicans more autonomy.