Land Reform in Japan
A&C Black, 2013/12/17 - 510 ページ
The land reform carried out in Japan during the period of American Occupation is often spoken of as one of the most successful of the post-war reforms. It was certainly one of the most thorough going redistributions of land which the world has seen. A third of the total area of arable land changed hands, and nearly a third of the total population of the country was affected. Socially, the land reform accelerated the decay in feudal institutions, rendering the lot of the Japanese farmer considerably better than it once was.
First published in 1984, this title is part of the Bloomsbury Academic Collections series.
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agri Agricultural Land amount average beneﬁts candidates capital cent chieﬂy Co-operative Communist conﬂict crop cultivated demand Diet difﬁcult disputes district economic effect elections farm families farmers favour fertilizer feudal ﬁelds ﬁgures ﬁnancial ﬁnd ﬁrst ﬁrst place ﬁve ﬁxed forest land Government’s hamlet Hokkaido holding holism Ibid important improvement income increase industry inﬂuence interest Japan Japanese villages Keizai KNNN koku labour Land Committees land reform landlords large number leaders leased left-wing less Liberal-Democratic mayor Meiji Meiji period Meiji Restoration ment Ministry of Agriculture Nihon NKTG Occupation ofﬁcials organization Otaki owner owner-farmers party’s peasant political post-war pre-war Prefectural production proﬁt purchase ration price rents rice rural SCAP schemes social Socialist Party sufﬁcient survey tenanted land tion Tokugawa Tokugawa period Tokyo towns traditional unions village ofﬁce votes wheat Yamagata village Yamanashi