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Peasant revolution and land reform

John Channon

Peasant revolution and land reform

land redistribution in European Russia, October 1917-1920.

by John Channon

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.d.) - University of Birmingham, Centre for Russian and East European Studies/Economic and Social History.

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  While Mao was building widespread peasant support and legitimacy for his armed cause, the Kuomintang was conversely breeding peasant antipathy. While the communists engaged in land-reform and rent-control programs and reforms, which eased the suffering of the peasantry, the landlords under Kuomintang rule often increased rents and interest rates. After the revolution, some million peasant families received plots of ejido land (which can pass from father to son, but in theory cannot be sold, rented, or given to others).

Peasant strikes (huelgas de brazos caídos) based on the Villarroel decree of , were primarily confined to the first few months of the revolution. 46 Later, as the prospect of an agrarian reform decree grew closer, many peasants refused to work, preferring to wait for the decree which would grant them their lands. Legal appeals for Cited by:   In his books The Mexican Revolution, Volume 1: Porfirians, Liberals, and Peasants and The Mexican Revolution, Volume 2: Counter-Revolution and Reconstruction, Knight follows the course of events during the Revolution that highlighted the distinct phases and transitions of power that took place. His analysis of the agrarian reform movements are.

His book, Los Grandes Problemas Nacionales (The Great National Problems) laid out his analysis of Mexico's unequal land tenure system and his vision of land reform. On his mother's side Molina Enríquez had come from a prominent, politically well-connected, land-owning family, but his father's side was from a far more modest background and he himself had modest circumstances. 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.


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Land Reform in Russia, Peasant Responses to Stolypin's Project of Rural TransformationCited by: 3. ”The Peasant Betrayed is a skeptical but not cynical view of government intervention in agrarian reform, firmly rooted in economic principles and on‐ the‐ spot observations.

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Education and cultureAuthor: John Young. back and evaluate the consequences of land reform prior to Peasant land rights were governed in the period prior to by the Stolypin Land Reforms, a series of decrees passed from to The decrees were a relic of the tsardom of Nicholas II, and were hastilyFile Size: KB.

Land reform and peasant revolution. We analyze the impact of failed land reform on peasant conflict in Spain before Peasant revolution and land reform book Civil War using a municipal data set with monthly observations of peasant conflict in Andalusia from April to July We find temporary occupations of land were rare and not correlated with either organized Cited by: 4.

“incomplete” land reform, associated with landlord resistance, bottom-up mobilization of the landless peasantry, revolution, and civil war.

The classic historical study on the period bears the self-explanatory title Agrarian Reform and Peasant Revolution. Origins of the Civil War (Malefakis, ).

More recently, a leading expert on sFile Size: 9MB. The Land Reform Law of 9 January contains a total of nine chapters dealing with a multitude of aspects of the reform, from transfer of ownership to the provision of agricultural services.

The Law lays down that the maximum land area to be held in absolute Cited by: 2. The Revolution overthrew the ancien régime and the feudal order and introduced land reform.

The reform repealed feudal tenures, freed all persons from serfdom, abolished feudal courts, and cancelled all payments not based on real property, including tithes.

Rents based on real property were redeemable. Downloadable (with restrictions). We analyze the impact of failed land reform on peasant conflict in Spain before the Civil War using a municipal data set with monthly observations of peasant conflict in Andalusia from April to July We find temporary occupations of land were rare and not correlated with either organized reaction to land reform or the existence of a large pool of Cited by: 4.

Fanshen: A Documentary of Revolution in a Chinese Village is a book by William H. Hinton that describes the land-reform campaign during the Chinese Civil War conducted from to by the Chinese Communist Party in "Long Bow Village". Hinton lived in the village in spring and summer of and witnessed scenes described in the book and recreates earlier events based on local records and.

Zhang, known in the West as Eileen Chang, penned Love in Redland, a largely forgotten novel that includes a highly critical account of the process of land reform. This book, which follows an outline penned by Americans working for the United States Information Service, the precursor to the CIA, is also a product of Cold War ideology, helping balance Ding Ling’s own ideological bent.

In JuneMao described the process of land reform thus: “Land reform in a population of over million people is a vicious war. It is more arduous, more complex, more troublesome than crossing the Yangzi because our troops are million peasant soldiers. This is a war for land reform, this is the most hideous class war between peasants and landlords.

It is a battle to. The primary purpose is to discover why the agrarian reform of the second Spanish Republic failed so completely. Because of the overwhelming political importance of the agrarian problem, the study is at the same time an examination of the origins of the Spanish Civil War.

It is prefaced with a sociological analysis of land tenure and the structure of rural society in Southern Spain which Cited by: Likely to become the standard treatment of Guatemala's land reform and of the political and social conflict that surrounded it. Based on previously untapped material and offering a range of new interpretations, [this book] is essential to understanding the violence that has rent that country for the past forty yearsDavid McCreery, Georgia State UniversityCited by: Get this from a library.

Revolution and land reform in Ethiopia: peasant associations, local government, and rural development. [John M Cohen; Arthur A Goldsmith; John Williams Mellor; Thomas Leiper Kane Collection (Library of Congress.

Hebraic Section)]. Chinese Land Reform. The land reform staff publicizing the Land Reform Law to peasants in 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 l meaning: Land Reform Movement.

Get this from a library. Rural Development Panel Seminar on Peasants, Land Reform, and Revolutionary Movements, June, Savannah Inn, Savannah, Georgia: [summary]. [Southeast Asia Development Advisory Group.;]. The Peruvian documentary La revolución y la tierra (The Revolution and the Land), directed by Gonzalo Benavente, examines the agrarian reform implemented under the military dictatorship of Gen.

Finally, the chapter demonstrates the transformation of land reform into land redistribution under Hugo Chávez's “Bolivarian Revolution.” With the exception of a brief period of reformist military rule from toland reform in Venezuela was largely inactive prior to despite a large rural population and high landholding Author: Michael Albertus.themselves out as part-time labourers.

They, too, had benefited from land reform. The class system in rural China Landlords Socio-economic Rich peasants status Middle peasants Poor peasants No. of people Figure 1 Pre-land reform Former poor and lower-middle peasants Sociopolitical Former middle peasantsFile Size: KB.This book examines agrarian conflict in Ireland during the neglected period between the death of Parnell () and the signing of the Anglo-Irish Treaty (), and demonstrates that land reform.