2 edition of land & the peasant in Rumania; the war and agrarian reform (1917-21) found in the catalog.
land & the peasant in Rumania; the war and agrarian reform (1917-21)
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|Series||Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Division of Economics and History. Economic and social history of the world war. Rumanian series|
|LC Classifications||HD835 .M5, HD835 .M5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 627 p.|
|Number of Pages||627|
|LC Control Number||30025480|
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Four major land reforms have taken place in Romania: in, and The first sought to undo the feudal structure that had persisted after the unification of the Danubian Principalities in ; the second, more drastic reform, tried to resolve lingering peasant discontent and create social harmony after the upheaval of World War I and extensive territorial expansion; the third.
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Division of Economics and History. London, New Haven: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press. Peasant Cooperation and Agrarian Reform in Romania, by M.M.
Knight, Library/Archive Hoover Institution Library and Archives. The Maoist land reform campaigns were an integral element in the Chinese Communist Party’s rise and subsequent ability to maintain power. In Land Wars: The Story of China’s Agrarian Revolution (Stanford University Press ), Brian DeMare weaves together historical and narrative accounts, providing a detailed picture of how the land reforms shaped the lives of [ ].
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Radical agrarian reform. All the assets, above all the big ones, will be inscribed. The wills by which the heir consigns the land to a third party will be abolished; meanwhile, on the basis of the right to cut down estates freely, the peasant will be able to his own property (ploughing land, pasture, forest), at least one for him and his family.
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.
The crown did not undertake major land reform in New Spain, but it moved against the wealthy and influential Society of Jesus in its realms, expelling them in In Mexico, the Jesuits had created prosperous haciendas whose profits helped fund the Jesuits’ missions in northern Mexico and its colegios for elite American-born Spaniards.
The most well-studied of the Jesuit haciendas in. Land reform in South Vietnam refers to reforms proposed by the United States and implemented by South g to undermine the popularity of the communist Việt Minh's policies of land redistribution to poor peasants, the government of South Vietnam implemented their own land-redistribution policies during the Vietnam War.
Early reforms enacted by the South Vietnamese. Read - Tsardom of Sufficiency, Empire of Norms: Statistics, Land Allotments, and Agrarian Reform in Russia, David W.
Darrow - desLibris. Laying the Ground -- Post-war Land Distribution -- 5. Transformimg Private Property -- Collectivising Techniques -- 6. Rural Developments during the Golden Age of Multilateral Socialism; Decline and Fall -- 7. Rewriting History -- Post-Communist Land Reform -- 8.
Short Rulers and Lost Vineyards -- Implementing Land Reform in Mirsid -- 9. The National Peasant Association of Colombia was created in the late s as part of an official initiative to promote peasant participation in State services and in the process of agrarian reform.
This study provides an account of its struggle for land, defense of colonists and protection of small land s: 1.
The question, however, was how much land was enough. Statistics supplied the answer but also locked policy-makers and society into a particular way of seeing peasants and their economy.
Even the empire's final attempt to reform the peasant economy after remained locked within the. Land reforms and peasant rebellions: War land reforms. The article proceeds as follows. It examined first of all the importance of the In Romania, the agrarian reform law on the old Kingdom, that on Bucovina and Bessarabia and finally that about the land reform in Transylvania, Banat, Crishania.As the author says, these effects were by no means all bad.
Indeed, the agrarian problem in Rumania became acute only as the ties that bound the provinces to Turkey were relaxed and the country, under Russian influence, was turned over to the boyars. The discussion of the post-war land settlement is very full and critical throughout.The emergence of Echeverria as president in prompted the redirection of agrarian policy.
Echeverria embraced reform that, "opened uncolonized land to peasants." Echeverria’s efforts to expand the previous limits of agrarian reform included incorporating peasants into the reform .