Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c1992.
Book — 550 p.
Reorganizing the agricultural sector into large-scale state and collective farms was the most radical transformation of economic institutions implemented by Marxist governments. Frederic Pryor provides perspective on this experiment by comparing in a systematic fashion the changes in the organization of agriculture in all of the world's Marxist nations. This approach intends to provide a clearer understanding of the major lines of agricultural policy and organization in these nations and insight into the reasons underlying the variations among them. (source: Nielsen Book Data)