Solution:Most of the Russian peasants were against the Collectivisation system. Between 1929 and 1933, the Soviet Union's collectivisation policy was aimed at modernising traditional agriculture and weakening the influence of prosperous peasants was most actively pushed. The peasantry was compelled to join big collective farms in place of their private farms under collectivisation. However, the farmers were reluctant to accept the collectivist movement because the tax rates also increased. As a result, their properties were confiscated, and the bulk of their land was transferred to the ownership of collective farming.