[PDF/EPUB] (Peasants under Siege: The Collectivization of Romanian Agriculture, 1949–1962)
Gail Kligman ✓ 8 SummaryO sintez a procesului colectiviz ii
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Under Siege Provides The FirstSiege provides the first look at the far eaching social engineering process that ensued Gail Kligman and Katherine Verdery examine how collectivization assaulted the very foundations of ural life transforming village communities that were organized around kinship and status hierarch. ,
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the Soviet Republics to Hungary to Cuba A small evolutionary group took over More Marxism and later Leninism isSoviet Republics to Hungary to Cuba A small evolutionary group took over More Marxism and later Leninism is with the proletarians factory workers Neither Marx nor Lenin have any idea of how to deal with the peasants but Lenin discovers uite uickly that they
"are counter evolutionary "counter L. Munatius Plancus revolutionary their the peasants ambition to cling to land ownership Seeking toeduce the evident confus. Ies into segments of large bureaucratic organizations forged by the language of class warfare yet saturated with vindictive personal struggles Collectivization not only overturned property elations the authors argue but was crucial in
creating the party state that emerged its mechanismsthe Party state that emerged its mechanisms ule and the new persons that were its subjects The book explores how ill prepared cadres themselves unconvinced of collectivization's promises implemented technologies and pedagogies imported fr. .
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party leadership sent down to officials in theleadership sent down to officials in the a document entitled Basic Indicators for Identifying Chiabur Households instructing them on precisely how to do soNo It s about setting up a bureaucracy and having to deal with uite uneducated individuals So there must be some ules and the Migrant Resistance in Contemporary Europe rules should be as simple to understand as possible or the activists in the countryside won t apply them. Om the Soviet Union through actions that contributed to the excessive use of force which Party leaders were often unable to control In addition the authors show how localesponses to the Party's initiatives compelled the egime to modify its plans and negotiate
outcomes Drawing on archival documents oral histories and ethnographic data Peasants under SiegeDrawing on archival documents oral histories and ethnographic data Peasants under Siege new light on collectivization in the Soviet era and on the complex tensions underlying and constraining political authori.