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New Left Review I/68, July-August 1971

Alec Gordon

Debate on Agriculture in North Vietnam

Marxist hegemony of the North Vietnamese revolutionary movement has always been characterized at its high points by an ability to conduct the anti-imperialist struggle together with internal social revolution. Recent victories in North and South against us imperialism have tended to turn outside observers’ attention from the struggle for socialism in the North. Yet however discreetly the Lao Dong Party has carried it out, a major change in agricultural policy has taken place in the period following the reduction of us bombing of the North in 1968.

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