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Land Reform in China: From 1950 to the Present Stephanie Patterson March 1, 2005
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Timeline of Land Reform in China Feudal Cooperatives Great Leap Forward warlords People’s Communes Land Collectives Household redistribution Responsibility System _____________________________________________________________ _ 1949 1953 1954 1958 1978
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The Introduction of Communism Pre-Communism Prior to 1949, peasants and land controlled by feudal warlords Chinese People’s Republic Land redistribution Party administrators sent to villages Cultivate relations with poor, organize peasant association, identify potential leaders, organize struggle sessions Elimination of landowning elite Enforced by government
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Cooperatives to Collectives to Communes Cooperatives Consisted of 40-50 families Collectives 1954-1956 United cooperatives By May of 1956, 90% of farmers in collectives Incentive structure Feudal warlords vs. collectivization
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The Great Leap Forward People’s Communes
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This note was uploaded on 07/17/2008 for the course ECON 508 taught by Professor Fleisher during the Winter '06 term at Ohio State.

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