COPYRIGHT YEAR

1992

AUTHORS

Changqing Ding

TITLE

The Development of Capitalism in Modern Chinese Agriculture

ABSTRACT

Except during the debate in the 1930s about the nature of China’s rural society, few scholars have examined the question of the level of the development of capitalism in agriculture in modern China. Quantitative research in this area has been even rarer. Therefore, there is a need for such studies. Different approaches to the questions ‘Was there capitalism in agriculture in modern China?’ and ‘To what degree did it develop?’ can be roughly summed up as follows: Liquidationists of the Trotskyite-Chen Duxiu school, who exaggerated the level of capitalism and believed that it dominated China’s agriculture while feudalism was merely a remnant force.2 Another point of view held that capitalism had never existed in any form in China’s agriculture.3 But the majority believed that capitalism had developed to a certain degree in modern Chinese agriculture, though this development was very slow and of an insignificant proportion. From preliminary studies of the history and degree of the development of capitalism in agriculture it is my opinion that the last view conforms to the historical facts.

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