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A Century of Russian Agriculture

From Alexander II to Khruschev

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Publication Date: 01/01/1970

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  • Introduction
  • I. Peasant and Landlord
    • 1. Serfdom: Origins and Development
    • 2. Emancipation
    • 3. Land Hunger and the Agrarian Crisis
    • 4. The Mir
    • 5. The First Agrarian Revolution and Stolypin’s Reforms
    • 6. World War I and the Revolution of 1917
  • II. The Peasant under Communism
    • 7. War Communism
    • 8. The New Economic Policy
    • 9. Decline of the NEP and a New Offensive
    • 10. Collectivization and the Ordeal of the Peasants
    • 11. Collectivized Agriculture in the Prewar Period
    • 12. Collectivized Agriculture and the War
    • 13. Postwar Recovery
  • III. Collectivized Agriculture under Khrushchev
    • 14. Khrushchev: The Agrarian Leader and Reformer
    • 15. Capital Investment and Land
    • 16. Incentives and Procurements
    • 17. Income and Consumer Goods
    • 18. Mechanization and Electrification
    • 19. Expansion of Production
    • 20. State Farms
    • 21. Administrative Control and Planning
  • Summary and Outlook
  • Note on Abbreviations
  • Notes
  • Index

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