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Agrarian radicalism in China, 1968-1981

Agrarian radicalism in China, 1968-1981: xiv + 269
Agrarian radicalism in China, 1968-1981
During and after the Cultural Revolution, radical leaders in the Chinese Communist Party tried to mobilize rural society for socioeconomic and political changes and move rural China to even higher stages of collectivism. Because advocates of agrarian radicalism formed a minority group within China's central leadership, they acted in opposition to the dominant moderate forces and resorted to alternative strategies to mobilize support for their unofficial policies.

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