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Peasants and Revolution in Rural China

Rural Political Change in the North China Plain and the Yangzi Delta, 1850-1949 (Routledge Studies on the Chinese Economyá)

by Chang Liu

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asian / Middle Eastern history: postwar, from c 1945 -,
  • Revolutions & coups,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Business/Economics,
  • China,
  • Political History,
  • Asia - China,
  • Economics - General,
  • Economic conditions,
  • North China Plain (China),
  • Politics and government,
  • Yangtze River Delta (China)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages258
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10205747M
    ISBN 100415421764
    ISBN 109780415421768

      The term peasant usually refers to people who lived and worked in rural areas, but, in Russia, it also described a legal category — soslovie — which even appeared on an individual’s passport. Russian peasants could live in urban areas, make their living as workers or traders, and serve in .


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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Peasants and Revolution in Rural China is an important addition to the literature on the history of the Chinese Revolution, and will be of interest to anyone seeking to understand the course of Chinese social and political : Paperback.

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Peasants and Revolution in Rural China: Rural Political Change in the North China Plain and the Yangzi Delta, (Routledge Studies on the Chinese EconomyA?) Chang Liu This book explores rural political change in China from to to help us understand China’s transformation from a weak, decaying agrarian empire to a unified, strong nation-state during this period.

Peasants and Revolution in Rural China is an important addition to the literature on the history of the Chinese Revolution, and will be of interest to anyone seeking to understand the course of Chinese social and political : Liu, Chang.

This landmark study of Zengbu, a Cantonese community, is Peasants and Revolution in Rural China book first comprehensive analysis of a rural Chinese society by foreign anthropologists since the Revolution in Jack and Sulamith Potter examine the revolutionary experiences of Zengbu's peasant villagers and document the rapid changeover from Maoist to post-Maoist by: David S.

Goodman, "Peasants and Revolution in Rural China: Rural Political Change in the North China Plain and the Yangzi Delta, Chang Liu," The China. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxv, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Late Ming land tenure relations --Peasants, lords, and the state: Qing land tenure relations --A new pattern to rural life: marketing systems and rural social organization --Markets and morals: peasants and the question of food --New forces and old enemies: imperialism and rural.

Peasants and Revolution in Rural China is an important addition to the literature on the history of the Chinese Revolution, and will be of interest to anyone seeking to understand the course of Chinese social and political : Taylor And Francis. This landmark study of Zengbu, a Cantonese community, is the first comprehensive analysis of a rural Chinese society by foreign anthropologists since the Revolution in Jack and Sulamith.

Peasants and Revolution in Rural China is an important addition to the literature on the history of the Chinese Revolution, and will be of interest to anyone seeking to understand the course of Chinese social and political : Taylor And Francis. China’s peasantry played a vital role in Mao’s communist revolution.

They helped his communist forces defeat Chaing Kai-Shek’s Kuomintang, for without the support and assistance of the peasants Mao’s communist forces would have been unable to defeat the numerically and technologically Peasants and Revolution in Rural China book Japanese and Kuomintang armies. Get this from a library.

Peasants and revolution in rural China: rural political change in the North China plain and the Yangzi delta, [Chang Liu].

The world's greatest revolution has left its mark on China, yet China remains fully and essentially Chinese. What is it to be a Chinese peasant under these circumstances.

This study of Zengbu, a Cantonese community, is the first comprehensive analysis of a rural Chinese society by foreign anthropologists since the Revolution in Price: $ The Class System In Rural China: A Case Study Jonathan Unger For the first three decades after the establishment of the People’s Republic, class labels strongly influenced the life chances of each and every Chinese.

A class label did not refer to a person’s current income nor to his or her relationship to the means of production. It did not,File Size: KB.

This landmark study of Zengbu, a Cantonese community, is the first comprehensive analysis of a rural Chinese society by foreign anthropologists since the Revolution in Jack and Sulamith Potter examine the revolutionary experiences of Zengbu's peasant villagers and document the rapid changeover from Maoist to post-Maoist : Sulamith Heins Potter, Jack M.

Potter. CONTEMPORARY CHINA: A BOOK LIST. Salt of the Earth: Peasant Protest and Communist Revolution in China. UCP' The Chinese Revolution in the s: Between Triumph and Disaster, Leutner, Mechthild, Roland Felber, eds.

The Modernization of China. "In this gracefully and forcefully written book, Daniel Kelliher argues that Chinese peasants in the late s and early s deployed both conventional 'weapons of the weak' and, more importantly, an array of innovative, local subterfuges that actively reshaped rural policy.

The Maoist land reform campaigns were an integral element in the Chinese Communist Party’s rise and subsequent ability to maintain power. In Land Wars: The Story of China’s Agrarian Revolution (Stanford University Press ), Brian DeMare weaves together historical and.

Building on his dissertation, his first book, The Peasant in Postsocialist China: History, Politics, and Capitalism (Cambridge University Press, ) centers on the question of why the peasant, and rural China more broadly, continually reappears as a figure of crisis in Chinese history.

The book argues that recent debates on the peasant. Rural Revolution in South China: Peasants and the Making of History in Haifeng County, – Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

Michael, by: Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. China's peasants: the anthropology of a revolution in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. Between anda war raged between the peasants and the state; it was a period when a third of all homes in China were destroyed to produce fertiliser and when the nation descended into.

This book provides a ‘bottom-up view’ of China’s agriculture, showing how the many millions of Chinese peasants make a living.

It presents a vivid description of the mechanisms used by rural households to defend and sustain their livelihoods, increase their agricultural.

The Chinese Land Reform Movement, also known by the Chinese abbreviation Tǔgǎi (土改), was a campaign by the Communist Party leader Mao Zedong during the late phase of the Chinese Civil War and the early People's Republic of China. The campaign involved mass killings of landlords by tenants and land redistribution to the peasantry.

The estimated death count of the movement ranges from Literal meaning: Land Reform Movement. China Institute of Grassroots Political Power Construction, and Research Team on Village Self-Governance System in Rural China.

Electoral system of the Villagers Committee in rural China (). China Society Press. Google ScholarAuthor: Jiangshan Fang. The Communist Party of China is already preparing to lead the masses in an open military struggle against the enemies of the Chinese agrarian revolution.

The practical conduct of the Chinese peasants proves that they know how to interpret the meaning of the present struggle. Notes. Quoted from the Communist International.

The underlying theme of this book is that the Chinese revolution did not eliminate the struggle over the harvest that is central to peasant politics. In fact, after eliminating landlords and collectivizing agriculture, the state for the first time stepped directly into the struggle with peasants over their harvest.

Recommended Citation. Hou, Xiaojia, "Negotiating Socialism in Rural China: Mao, Peasants, and Local Cadres in Shanxi, " (). Books by SJSU Authors. During the Russian Revolution, Lenin revised Marx's view, assigning peasants a more supporting revolutionary role, although he still believed that it was the urban working class which initiated revolution.

In the s, Chinese leftists began to change their view of the revolutionary potential of the rural. A book written by a husband and wife who are reporters for the New York Times contains the following excerpt by the wife, when she returns to her ancestral home in China: [She describes] “the thrill of finding my relatives, and a twinge of embarrassment that they were illiterate peasants Author: Maria Hrycaiko Zaputovich.

Health for the Masses: China's 'Barefoot Doctors' On the eve of its Cultural Revolution, China had few doctors to tend to its largely rural population. Mao Zedong's solution: a force of peasant. Whereas most writing on the Communist Revolution in China has concentrated on the influence of intellectual leaders, this book examines the role of peasants in the upheaval, viewing them not as a malleable mass but as a dynamic social force interacting with the radical intelligentsia.

In his seminal book Peasants into Frenchmen: the Modernization of Rural France, – (), historian Eugen Weber traced the modernization of French villages and argued that rural France went from backward and isolated to modern and possessing a sense of French nationhood during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Book Description: Whereas most writing on the Communist Revolution in China has concentrated on the influence of intellectual leaders, this book examines the role of peasants in the upheaval, viewing them not as a malleable mass but as a dynamic social force interacting with the radical intelligentsia.

A propaganda image showing peasants being given titles to their land. Soon after taking power in China, Mao Zedong and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) undertaking a sweeping program of agrarian reform. These policies not only redistributed land but had a profound impact on class and social structures in rural communities.

Because Communist Ideology stresses that the ruling class and aristocracy must be dissolved through populist revolution by the poor working classes. China in the time of Mao was made up of a poor. (3) The Communists gained the support of China's peasant class.

(4) The Chinese Nationalists set up their own government in Taiwan. One reason the Chinese Communists were able to gain control of China was primarily due to the support of the.

IN a famous study of the Chinese economy, ''Land and. Labor in China,'' published inR. H. Tawney likened the rural Chinese to a man standing up to Author: Richard Bernstein.Book Review.

The Unknown Cultural Revolution Life and Change in a Chinese Village, by Dongping Han. George Gruenthal. The Cultural Revolution that took place in China from tolike most political movements involving large masses of people, was a complex process.1. Besides the books cited below, see Albert Feuerwerker, Rebellion in Nineteenth-Century China () and Jean Chesneaux, Peasant Revolts in China () for an overview of the main contours of this aspect of Chinese history.

For accounts of the development of the Communist movement.