Why Farmers are Poor: The Agricultural Crisis in the United States

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International Publishers, 1940 - Agriculture - 317 pages
"An authoritative analysis of the result of China's economic transformation, this book explores regional comparisons and differences within China. The author analyzes the uneven distribution of natural and human resources and probes into the evolution of economic systems and policies from which differing regional economic performances have resulted. A multiregional comparison of the Chinese economy is conducted in terms of macroeconomic index, real living standard, and regional inequality. The author studies the possibilities and conditions for Chinese economic optimizations. Lastly, the author provides statistical information and economic analyses of the greater China area."--Publisher description.

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Contents

Poverty Haunts the Countryside
9
Farming as Part of Capitalist Economy
17
Large Farms and Small
38
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