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Contents Preface Prologue Part I Sowing the Wind 1. Long Bow Village 2. Can the Sun Rise in the West 3. Eating Bitterness 4. Three Pillars of Heaven 5. The Teaching of the Lord of Heaven 6. Invasion 7. Collaborators 8. Seeds of Change 9. The Whirlwind Part II Sunrise in the West: The Year of Expropriation 10. Which Road? 11. Beat the Dog_s Leg 12. Find the Leaders 13. Dig Out the Rotten Root of Feudalism 14. Wang Lai-hsun Is Next 15. The Fruits of Struggle 16. Half of China 17. Counter Measures 18. Founding the Village Communist Party Branch 19. Peasants of Workers? 20. Contradictions, Internal and External 21. All Out War _ Retreat 22. Organizing Production 23. Abuses of Power 24. The Blackmail of Wang Yu-lai Part III The Search for the Poor and Hired 25. Cosmic Wei Ch_i 26. To the Village 27. The Work Team 28. Those with Merrit Wil Get some Those without Merit Will Get some 29. Self Report, Public Appraisal 30. Richman, Poor Man, Beggarman, Thief 31. The Revolutionary Heat 32. Brothers 33. A Curved Road 34. Drama in the Fields Part IV Who Will Educate the Educators? 35. Confrontation a the Gate 36. The Village Leader Bows his Head 37. "I Dare Not Say I Have Finished" 38. Days and Nights 39. A Summing Up 40. The Luncheng Road 41. In the Dragon Hall 42. When Poverty Outranked Heaven 43. Unity Through Struggle 44. When I Get My Share 45. Unite Real Friends, Attack real Enemies Part V Recapitulation 46. The Native_s Return 47. Both Ends Sun Unseen 48. Class Differentiation Repeated 49. It Is Too Snow 50. Who Dares Man the Second Gate? 51. A Young Bride Leads the Way 52. The Gate in the Church 53. Upgragding Pat VI Drastic Reappraisal 54. On the Eve of Victory 55. We Tied to be God 56. Who is to Blame Part VII Untying the Knot 57. Disaster 58. Revolutionary Steeling 59. Mutual Aid 60. The Village People_s Congress 61. A Final Determination 62. The Midnight Raid 63. Hsueh-chen Dissents 64. "Illegal Fruits" Returned 65. Arrests and Restitutions 66. "Self Report, Public Appraisal Solves the Tax Question 67. Long Bow Tsai Chien Appendix A: Basic Program on Chinese Agrarian Law Appendix B: Supplementary Measures for Carrying Out the Basic Program on Agrarian Law Appendix C: How to Analyze Class Status in the Countryside Index Maps and Tables Long Bow Village Changchih-Lucheng Area North China in 1945 Changes in Landholding by Classes (1944-1947) North Cinha in 1947 (December) Changes in Landholding by Classes (1944-1948 North China in 1948 (November)
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Land reform -- China -- Zhangzhuang (Lucheng Xian) -- History -- 20th century.
Land tenure -- China -- Zhangzhuang (Lucheng Xian) -- History -- 20th century.
Zhangzhuang (Lucheng Xian, China) -- History -- 20th century.
China -- History -- Civil War, 1945-1949.
China -- Social conditions -- 1949-1976.