The Columbia Guide to Modern Chinese History

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INDEX
Academia Sinica, 203, 207
agrarian reform law (1950), 106
agricultural producers' cooperatives (APCs), 111–12, 166
agriculture, 253; collectivization of, 111–12; and commercialization, 4, 239; family farming in, 129, 144, 165; and farmers, 129, 130, 136, 144, 145, 147, 148, 150; and food production, 115, 129, 320; reform of, 106, 269; responsibility system in, 144, 165, 269; “rice baskets” of, 8; studies of, 239–40; see also Four Modernizations; land reform; peasants
All-China Federation of Labor, 191
All-China Federation of Writers and Artists, 201, 206
Allied Siberian expedition (1918–23), 90
Amo Doctrine, 92
anarchism, 227, 228
Anfu clique, 61–62
Anhui clique, 198
Anhui Province, 28, 131, 160, 181, 204, 207
Anhui School, 207
The Answer (Bei Dao), 202
antiforeignism, 45–46, 252
Anti-Lin (Biao), Anti-Confucius campaign, 125, 155,269
Anti-Rightist Campaign (1957), 110–11, 155,158, 268; and Eighth Party Congress, 309; and intellectuals, 150; and Mao Zedong, 126, 193; victims of, 197, 204, 205, 209; and Wang Meng, 211, 249
APCs. See agricultural producers' cooperatives
Army of the Green Standard, 26, 54, 166
Arrow War, 34, 156,170, 171, 177, 199, 265
artists, xvii, 151, 205, 207, 209, 213
arts, fine, 250–51; see also film
arts, performing, 248, 250–51
Asian Development Bank, 140
Autumn Harvest Uprisings (1927), 78, 156,188, 267
Ba Jin, 84, 201,247
Bai Chongxi, 197–98
Bai Hua, 151, 201–2
baihua (vernacular), 65, 70, 163,206, 212, 266

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