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Communism and agrarian reform in Iraq

by Rony Gabbay

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Published by Croom Helm in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Iraq.
    • Subjects:
    • Ḥizb al-shuyūʻī al-ʻIrāqī.,
    • Land reform -- Iraq.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementRony Gabbay.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJQ1825.I773 S494
      The Physical Object
      Pagination240 p. ;
      Number of Pages240
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4280504M
      ISBN 100856645672
      LC Control Number78306581

        Agrarian Reform secretary Rafael “Paeng” Mariano once and for all clarified that he has never joined the New People’s Army (NPA), the armed wing of the Communist Party of the Philippines.   In the other corner, his political enemies exploited his land reform policy, saying it smacked of communism and linking him with the Indonesian Communist Party .

        Published by the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies in March of , Pages of the History of Syrian Political Parties in the Twentieth Century by historian Abdullah Hanna gives readers an insight to the social milieu which gave rise to the various political parties that shaped the modern political history of Syria. Background. In his first chapter, Hanna explains to readers the. Since the collapse of the USSR, there has been a growing interest in the Stolypin Land Reform as a possible model for post-Communist agrarian development. Using recent theoretical and empirical advances in Anglo-American research, this book examines how peasants throughout Russia received, interpreted, and acted upon the government's attempts to persuade them to quit the commune and Author: Judith Pallot.

      Indeed, it was thanks to the “long wave” of the movement for land and a democratic agrarian reform that the Italian Communist Party (PCI) was able to build support on the island and become a mass party at the end of the Second World War. Focuses on the agrarian policies of the Indochinese Communist Party and its successor, the Lao Dong Party, and the relationship between the struggles for natural independence and Agrarian revolution. Also discusses the relationship between the Vietnamese Communist Party and French colonial government.


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London: Croom Helm, © (OCoLC) Document Type. Johan Franzen in Red Star Over Iraq, Iraqi Communism Before Saddam is a history of the party from its start in the s when Iraqi politics were shifting from individual based parties to ones focused around ideology, through its opposition to English imperialism, and then its sudden decision to back a series of governments brought about by Cited by: Rony Gabbay, Communism and Agrarian Reform in Iraq (London: Croom Helm, ).

Modern Iraqi history suffers from a lack of monographs and case studies on subjects such as rural affairs. Rony Gabbay’s research helps to fill this vacuum, at least in the area of social and political developments in the countryside and their relation to communism and agrarian reform.

A painstaking monograph on the Iraqi Communist Pary's advocacy of and involvement with agrarian reform, and its contribution to the radicalization of Iraqi society.

Communism and Agrarian Reform in Iraq. By Rony Gabbay. London: Croom Helm. pp.?8 a THIS study is concerned above all with the period fromwhen the Iraqi Communist Party was set up, to February when the regime of General Qasim was.

topics: holdings, socialism, agrarian reform, history, economic situation, political systems, regulations, farm size, cooperative farming, labour, socialisme, reforme Author: R.

Gabbay. Rony Gabbay, Communism and Agrarian Reform in Iraq (London: Croom Helm, ). Modern Iraqi history suffers from a lack of monographs and case studies on subjects such as rural affairs.

Rony Gabbay’s research helps to fill this vacuum, at least in the area of social and political developments in the countryside and their relation to communism and agrarian reform. Stolypin land reform, (–17), measures undertaken by the Russian government to allow peasants to own land aim was to encourage industrious peasants to acquire their own land, and ultimately to create a class of prosperous, conservative, small farmers that would be a stabilizing influence in the countryside and would support the autocracy.

In the 20th cent. the Russian Revolution added a new dimension to agrarian reform—the socialization of agriculture (i.e., the collective ownership of all land partly through state farming, but mainly through collective farming under state control) as a prerequisite for attaining communism.

The Agrarian Reform Law (30 September ) attempted a large-scale redistribution of landholdings and placed ceilings on ground rents; the land was more evenly distributed among peasants who, due to the new rent laws, received around 55% to 70% of their : 21 NovemberBaghdad, Ottoman Empire.

The Agrarian Reform Law (June ) was a communist policy that aimed to confiscate land from landlords and redistribute it to landless peasants. Agrarian reform also aimed to destroy the structures and inequalities of the old social order, where people were categorised as either landlords, rich peasants, middle peasants, poor peasants or.

Truman Doctrine - Truman's support for countries that reject communism. Marshall Plan - Provided food, machinery, and other materials to rebuild Western Europe.

Cold War - Struggle over political differences carried on by means of short military action or war. Fromafter the collapse of Soviet-style communism, the US and the World Bank promoted a “new wave” of land reform.

This was a way to consolidate capitalist property relations. In southern Africa, for example, where redistributive land reform was necessary because of historical legacies, the advocates of “new wave” reform sought to.

Musings On Iraq book review Killing Hope, U.S. Military and CIA Interventions Since World War II. (Musings On Iraq book review Red Star Over Iraq, Iraqi Communism Before Saddam) May 21 Pres Bakr issued Agrarian Reform Law to increase living conditions for peasants.

Other books written by Handy include Gift of the Devil: A History of Guatemala, Revolution In the Countryside: Rural Conflict and Agrarian Reform in Guatemala,and How to Uncover Hidden Business Opportunities That Make Money. The emphasis of agrarian socialists is therefore on social control, ownership and utilization of land, rather than other means of production, or by the national state.

A 17th-century movement called the diggers based their ideas on agrarian communism. Russian populist tradition and. reform e¤orts across the Third World, some successful and some relatively unsuccessful, for reasons addressed in this volume. Yet in the s and s, the topic of agrarian reform became taboo in official development cir-cles—one would be labeled a communist or a dinosaur, stuck in the past, if one raised agrarian reform as a serious option.

Rethinking Land Reform: Comparative Lessons from China and India (in Mahmood Mamdani, ed. The Land Question: Socialism, Capitalism, and the Market, Makerere Institute of Social Research,ISBNpp. ) Lin Chun Back inAmartya Sen penned an op-ed for the New York Times in which he repeated one.

The decline of agrarian democracy(), 20th century U.S. Mark, Irving. Agrarian conflicts in colonial New York, – () Ochiai, Akiko. Harvesting Freedom: African American Agrarianism in Civil War Era South Carolina () Robison, Dan Merritt. Bob Taylor and the agrarian revolt in Tennessee () Stine, Harold E.

This book analyzes five major episodes of Russian land reform from the emancipation of the serfs in through the reform of the transition from communism in the s.MAO'S STRATAGEM OF LAND REFORM By C. M. Chang SINCE Mao Tse-tung's rise to leadership in the early 's, "land reform" has been the principal feature of the Chinese Communist Party line.

It is the factor most stressed by the Communists themselves; it is the aspect of Mao's program most discussed abroad. Yet although few foreigners entertain any. Review Red Star Over Iraq, Iraqi Communism Before Saddam Review Franzen, Johan, Red Star Over Iraq, Iraqi Communism Before Saddam, New York: Columbia University Press, The Iraqi Communist Party (ICP) returned to the news when in May it helped Moqtada al-Sadr’s Sairoon list win the most seats in Iraq’s parliamentary elections.