INDEX
Agricultural College, Nanking92
agriculture, methods of 26-50, 51-4, 71, 85; effect of industrial expansion on 79-82, 108. See also land and peasants
Agriculture and Commerce, Department of 25, 30, 34, 40, 41n., 71
Agriculture and Mines, Ministry of 83
Allman, N. F.154n.
Amoy 200
Anch'ing 200
Andrew, Findlay76
Anhwei 52, 69, 76, 171197
animal husbandry 26-8, 47, 63
Antung 199
apprentices 114-15, 116, 118, 154n.
Backhouse, E.109n.
Bain, H. F.119n., 132n.
Baker, J. E.129n.
Baker, O. E.28n., 30, 44
bandits 19, 73-5, 76, 107, 121, 167, 170, 172
banks 58, 68, 83n., 93, 123, 129
beans 29, 30, 31, 54, 56
Belgium24, 162n.
birth-rate 141-2
Bland, J. O. P.109n.
Botero, G.25n.
Brown, H. D.42n., 55n., 57n.,
Buck, Professor J. L.8, 24n., 28n., 33, 35n., 42n., 43n., 53n., 55, 59n., 65n., 66, 67, 68n., 70, 72n., 73n., 100
Bureau of Social Affairs, Shanghai146
Burgess, J. S.114-15
Buxton, Dudley44n.
canals 45-6, 82, 102-3
Canton17, 24, 37, 109n., 115, 152, 170, 176, 199, 200
capital, lack of 37-8, 49, 58-9, 74, 95, 120, 128, 137, 139; foreign 17, 123-4, 129, 133
carpet-making, 117-19, 148
Chang, C. C.34n.
Chang, T. C.32n., 65n., 68n.
Changshu 36
Chao, C. H.72n.
Ch'aoan 200
Chekiang 30-1, 35n., 36, 40, 42n., 43n., 59n., 61n., 92n., 93, 125n., 171, 188, 197
Chen, Chunjen C. C.59n., 92n.
Chen, C. M.23n., 24n.
Chen, Chang Heng23n.
Chen, Dr. L. T.8
Chen, M. J.56n.
Chen, Shao-Kwan 32n.
Chen, Ta68n., 75, 154n.
Chen, Warren H.23n.
Chengtu 15, 24, 55
Chiahsing 200
Chiao, C. H.24n., 43n., 72n.
Chihli 35n., 65n., 72n., 76. See also Hopei
child labour 143, 147, 148, 149, 151, 155, 158, 159, 160
Chin, T.53n., 57n., 59n., 62n., 63n., 70, 72n.
China, area of 15, 16; climate of 29, 105
China Merchants' Steam Navigation Company122n.
Chingho 42n., 56-7
Chingkiang 200
Chu, Dr. Co-ching75n.
Chu, T. S.53n., 57n., 62n.
Chuan-hua, Lowe154n.
Chuh, Anselm86n.
Civil Service 173-80
coal 16, 17, 111, 119, 122n., 123-4, 126, 127, 129, 132-4, 136, 196
communications 17, 29, 55-6, 77, 85-8, 138, 169. See also railways and roads
communism 69, 74, 170, 172
Condliffe, Dr. J. B.7
co-operation 58-9, 80-2, 84, 85, 92- 146
cotton, cultivation of 31, 33, 53n., 57, 61, 89, 112; spinning and weaving of 16, 17, 110, 111, 112, 117-19, 122, 123, 126-7, 129, 136, 146-7, 148, 196, 198
crafts 96, 111-16, 145-6, 147-8, 149
credit 58-63, 83n. See also co-operation and money-lending
crops, multiple 29, 42, 48; acreage and yield of 30-1, 49
Curtis, Lionel7, 180

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  • Title Page 5
  • Prefatory Note 7
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  • Chapter I- Introductory 11
  • Chapter II- The Rural Framework 23
  • Chapter III- The Problems of the Peasant 51
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