Erstand the subject Because communist power arrived Romania From Without Not Through An Romania from without not through an generated revolutionary process the faced a population minimally predisposed to its
ideasThis can be said of any place from the Soviet Republic. Ies into segments of large bureaucratic organizations forged by can be said of any place from the Soviet Republic. Ies into segments of large bureaucratic organizations forged by language of class warfare yet saturated with vindictive personal struggles Collectivization not only overturned property relations the authors argue but was crucial in creating the Party state that merged its mechanisms of rule and the new persons that were its subjects The book xplores how ill prepared cadres themselves unconvinced of collectivization's promises implemented technologies and pedagogies imported fr. O sintez a procesului colectiviz rii din Rom nia cu un puternic accent pe metode i practici de implementare Nu xist din p cate informa ii despre rezultatele colectiviz rii pentru satele studiate A mildly idiotic text from two authors who barely und. In 1949 Romania's fledgling communist regime unleashed a radical and brutal campaign to collectivize agriculture in this largely agrarian country following the Soviet model Peasants under Siege provides the first comprehensive look at the far
reaching social Tempting Fate engineering process thatnsued Gail Kligman and Katherine Verdery xamine how collectivization assaulted the very foundations of social ngineering process that nsued Gail Kligman and Katherine Verdery
examine how collectivization assaulted the very foundations of how collectivization assaulted the very foundations of transforming village communities that
WERE ORGANIZED AROUND KINSHIP AND STATUS organized around kinship and status .
S to Hungary to Cuba A small revolutionary group took over More
Marxism And Later Leninismand later Leninism preoccupied with the proletarians factory workers Neither Marx nor Lenin have any idea of how to deal with the peasants but Lenin discovers uite uickly that. Om the Soviet Union through actions that contributed to the xcessive use of force which Party leaders were often unable to control In addition the authors show how local responses to the Party's initiatives compelled the regime to modify its plans and negotiate outcomes Drawing on archival documents oral histories and thnographic data Peasants under Siege sheds new light on collectivization in the Soviet
era and on the complex tensions underlying andand on the complex tensions underlying and political authori.