Study on the Differentiation of Peasants After the Founding of New China



Along with the development of social economy and the deepening of market reform, the peasants in China are in a fast social differentiation, so it is significant to study the problem of peasants’ differentiation. Based on the existing research results in this field, this paper makes a comprehensive study on the differentiation of peasants by the position, viewpoint and method of Marx, and points out the factors of peasants’ differentiation, and puts forward the basic ideas and policy suggestions.


Peasants’ class differentiation; Ideas and countermeasures; Labourer

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