The History and Contemporary Enlightenment of the Rural Land System Reform Led by the Communist Party of China

Yaping WANG


The rural land system in China has achieved a historical transformation from feudal proprietorship to peasant proprietorship and later to collective ownership, and has now reached the beginning of a new stage. This provides the foundation for future social development in China. The Communist Party of China (CPC) has played a leading role in the rural land system reform. The history of this reform has important implications on the construction of socialism with Chinese characteristics, especially on the implementation of rural revitalization strategy, in the new age.


Communist Party of China; Farmer; Rural land system; Institutional civilization; Modernization

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