Moral Politics in a South Chinese Village

Moral Politics in a South Chinese Village

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Exploring sensitive issues often hidden to outsiders, this engaging study traces the transformation of Ku Village during the first tumultuous decade of reform.The villagers were allowed to keep private garden plots on which to grow vegetables and other crops such as bananas, sugarcane, and peanuts for their own consumption. But it was still considered the collectivea#39;s production. Nobody couldanbsp;...

Title:Moral Politics in a South Chinese Village
Author: Hok Bun Ku
Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield - 2003

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