Agricultural Cooperative Movement Under the Regulation of the Mainstream Ideology in China

Gaifeng ZHANG

Abstract


With the successful seizure of power by the Communist Party of China, Marxism has become a new China’s mainstream ideology, Agricultural Cooperative Movement was a relationship of agricultural production, which started in 1953 under the guidance of strict ideological thought. In practice agricultural co-operation, there has been a lot of problems and contradictions, which proved a tortuous ideological control under agricultural development, but also that the ideology of the concrete practice of excessive labor intervention is not conducive to the development of labor productivity and motivation increase. From the perspective of historical development, the reform and opening up, the party and state leaders re-examine the relationship between ideology and agricultural development, and form the household contract responsibility system, and new agricultural management system, and the new science of agriculture policy. Recalling the agricultural cooperative movement to clear agricultural development we must turn to the “trial and error” real logic has an important inspiration.

Keywords


Mainstream ideology; Regulation; Agricultural cooperative movement; Agricultural development; Reflection

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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