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Agrarian policies in China, Vietnam, Mongolia and Cuba


, : Agrarian policies in China, Vietnam, Mongolia and Cuba. Communist agriculture: farming in the Far East and Cuba, Volume 2: 1-15

After an initial peasant-oriented land reform period in China, Mao Zedong, during 1953-57, proceeded along the lines of USSR-type socialization of agriculture. By 1958, however, he decided to overtake Moscow on the way to 'full communism' and started organizing a new form of giant rural enterprises, the People's Communes. The latter replaced the collective farms during the 'Great Leap Forward' campaign during 1958-59.

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