Table of contents for Colonializing agriculture : the myth of Punjab exceptionalism / Mridula Mukherjee.

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Contents
Series Editors' Preface
List of Tables
Preface
Acknowledgements
Introduction
ONE:		Peasants as Tax-Payers
The Burden of Land Revenue; Problems with the Method of Assessment; The Land Revenue System and the Small-Holder; A New System; Tax on Irrigation; Government Policy: Contradictions and Dilemma	
TWO:	Peasants as Debtors
	Moneylenders and Moneylending; Debt: Its Scale, Variety and Burden; Distribution of Debt; Causes of Debt; Government Debt 
THREE:		Peasants in the Market
Commercialization of Produce; The Commercialization of Land; Regional Variation; The Depression
FOUR:	Peasants as Classes
	Land Ownership; Ownership Holdings and Operational Holdings: Leasing in and Leasing Out; Leasing Out versus Direct Cultivation; Conclusion
FIVE:		Capital Accumulation and Investment
		Accumulation; Investment; Productivity; Conclusion
		
SIX:		Punjab and Eastern India: Polar Opposites or Treading the Same Path? 
Commercialization; Class Structure; Problems of Characterization; Initial Conditions for Capitalist Development; Conclusions
Bibliography 
Index 
About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Peasantry -- India -- Punjab.
Agriculture -- India -- Punjab.
India -- Economic conditions -- 1918-1947.