East European Communities: The Struggle for Balance in Turbulent Times

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2.
It is estimated that there is only one draft animal (oxen or horses) for every three private peasant households and in order to purchase a tractor a private peasant must show documentation that they have access to forty hectares of land to cultivate.
3.
According to statutes a juridic association needs a minimum of ten individuals each with 10,000 Lei as the basic fund of capital..
4.
This parcel was considered by locals the second most fertile area of the lands surrounding this particular village.
5.
There is also a family association in the village but it is comprised of only four households, and is of marginal economic and social relevance.
6.
This device, called a capra (goat), is so-named as it vaguely resembles a goat's horns.
7.
Actually, I pulled a low number and then receded into the crowd as people joked about how Americans always have good luck.
8.
The recent debate about the responsibility of IMF policies for the Zhirinovsky and Communist vote in the Russian elections is a case in point ( Erlanger 1993).

References

Brooks, Karen M. and Mieke Meurs. 1992. "Romanian Land Reform in the Earliest Period of Restitution", February-August, 1991: New Patterns of Land Holding and Use. Unpublished ms.

Bulgaru, Mircea et al. 1992. Probleme de Baza ale Agriculturii României. Bucharest: Institute of Rural Economy and Sociology of the Academy of Agricultural and Silvicultural Sciences.

Cernea, Michael. 1974. Sociologia Cooperativei Agricole. Bucharest: Editura Academiei.

Dicks, Michael. 1993. "The Environment". In Vol. 2, Romania: A Strategy for the Transition in Agriculture. pp. 273-91. Washington, D.C.: The World Bank.

Erlanger, Steven. 1993. New Yeltsin Moves May Signal Easing in Economy Reform. New York Times, December 18, 1993, pp. 1, 6.

Hann, Chris. 1993. "From Comrades to Lawyers: Continuity and Change in Local Political Culture in Rural Hungary", Anthropological Journal on European Cultures 2( 1): 75-104.

Ianoș, loan. 1992. Romanian Agriculture in Transition. Typescript. Bucharest: Institute of Geography.

Kideckel, David A. 1990. "The Politics of Decollectivization in Romania After Ceaușescu". Working Papers on the Transitions from State Socialism, No. 90.9. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Center for Intemational Studies.

_____. 1993a. "Once Again the Land: Decollectivization and Social Conflict in Rural Romania". In H. DeSoto and D. Anderson, eds. The Curtain Rises: Rethinking Culture, Ideology and the State in Eastern Europe. Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities Press, pp. 88-106.

_____. 1993b. The Solitude of Collectivism:Romanian Villagers to the Revolution and Beyond. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Nagengast, Carole. 1991. Reluctant Socialists, Rural Entrepreneurs: Class, Culture, and the Polish State. Boulder: Westview Press.

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