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Students of economics, of sociology, and of Chinese affairs will find much to interest them in this book. Pei-kang Chang analyzes the adjustments that take place as an agricultural country becomes industrialized and the effect of the revolutionary economic change on the techniques of both agricultural and industrial production. He places particular emphasis on the experience of China, as the outstanding modern example of the process.