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development of the agrarian movement and agrarian legislation in China by Jefferson D. H. Lamb

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Published by Garland Pub. in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • China

Subjects:

  • Agriculture and state -- China -- History.,
  • Agricultural laws and legislation -- China -- History.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Reprint of the 1934 ed. published by the Commercial Press, Shanghai.

StatementJefferson D.H. Lamb.
SeriesThe Modern Chinese economy, Modern Chinese economy.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD2098 .L56 1980
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4751498M
ISBN 100824042611
LC Control Number78074319

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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. table of content i. introduction to agrarian reform of the phil. and brief history of agrarian reform ii. implementing laws iii. definition of land reform & agrarian reform iv. coverage of the land reform program v. retention limits & exception on the rules on retention limits vi. evaluation i. introduction to agrarian reform of the phil.   The Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law: ObjectivesThe primary objective of instituting the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform law was to successfully devise land reform in was President Arroyo, who signed the Executive Order No. on 23rd August to rename the Department of Land Reform asDepartment of Agrarian Reform. AND BRIEF HISTORY OF AGRARIAN REFORM Land reform pertains to integrated set of measures designed to eliminate obstacles to economic and social development arising from defects in the agrarian structure. One of the existing agrarian reform laws in the country is Republic Act No. , otherwise known as the “The Comprehensive Agrarian Reform.