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Vietnam: peasant land, peasant revolution: patriarchy and collectivity in the rural economy

Author: Wiegersma, Nancy Publisher: Macmillan, 1988.Language: EnglishDescription: 281 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 0333457307Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Print HC500.44 .V5 W54 1988
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Vietnam: Peasant Land, Peasant Revolution Patriachy and Collectivity in the Rural Economy Contents List of Tables and Figures Preface Acknowledgements Glossary 1 Peasants and Socialism The Vietnamese The USA Encounters Socialism in Vietnam Contemporary Reassessments A Vietnamese View The Vietnamese Village in Transition Colonialism Vietnamese Resistance 2 Collective Property and the Rise of the Confucian Patriarchy Pre-Chinese History of the Vietnamese Chinese Rule 1 1 1 BC-940A D Post-Independence ­ The Tenth to the Fifteenth Century The Mandarinate and the Le Code Separation of the Country ­ The Rise of the Trinh and the Nguyen Dynasties East­West Contact in the Eighteenth Century The Tay Son and the Ascendancy of the Nguyen Dynasty Origin and Development of Communal Land 3 Land and Economy in the Traditional Village State and Village Authority The Village Economy The Village Lands The Village Lists A Generalised Description of Land Use in Village Vietnam Production Relations Village Industry Markets, Money and Credit xi xiii xvi xviii 1 2 4 10 15 17 20 22 26 26 28 32 35 38 40 42 46 51 51 52 53 57 58 60 62 64 4 The Colonial Impact Development of the Infrastructure and Tax Policies Village Administration Land Concessions The Creation of a Land Market The Survey and Land Register French Land Law and the French Courts Money-lending Labour Market Results of Colonialism 5 The Nationalist­Communist Resistance Communism and Nationalism in the 1920s The 1930s ­ Formation of the Communist Party and the Nghe Tinh Soviets The Popular Front Divergent Politics in the South (Cochin China) Japanese Power and the August Revolution The Viet Minh Anti-Colonial War: 1945-54 6 The Post-Colonial Village The Villages Land Southern Village Central Village Labour Water Village Authority and Control of Production Breakdown of the Traditional Patriarchy ­ Peasant Women's Status in the South Produce Markets, Money and Credit Accumulation of Capital and Technological Change Contrasts 7 Socialism in the North Land Reform Industry Agricultural Collectivisation Family Economy 67 67 69 71 75 75 77 80 83 84 87 90 94 96 99 103 105 107 111 111 113 116 120 122 124 126 128 131 134 137 138 141 145 148 Successes Continuing Problems 8 The Revolutionary Village The Village and the Collective Land Labour Control of Production Collective Patriarchal Control of Family Economy Technological Change Local Industry, Handicrafts and Markets Women in the Northern Village Comparisons 9 US Intervention Economic Policies Diem's Land Reforms The Landlords and the War The Land-to-the-Tiller Law Economic Results of the US Intervention 10 The National Liberation Front National Liberation Front Land Reforms and Programmes (1960-72) Women in the National Liberation Front Economic Change with Rural Revolution Comparisons between the Viet Minh and the National Liberation Front 11 Integration of the Country Agriculture in the Transition Period New Management Integration in the Industrial Sector Economic Planning Vietnamese Allies and Enemies Reforms Successes and Problems Conclusions Southern Differences Accommodating the Patriarchs 149 152 156 157 158 161 163 163 166 167 168 169 171 174 175 181 184 189 196 202 204 209 210 218 220 221 224 225 227 228 232 237 240 240 242 Afterword Notes Bibliography Index 247 251 267 276

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