Rock Needs River
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📒Rock Needs River ✍ Vanessa McGrady
✏Rock Needs River Book Summary : "After two years of waiting to adopt--slogging through paperwork and bouncing between hope and despair--a miracle finally happened for Vanessa McGrady. Her sweet baby, Grace, was a dream come true. Then Vanessa made a highly uncommon gesture: when Grace's biological parents became homeless, Vanessa invited them to stay. Without a blueprint for navigating the practical basics of an open adoption or any discussion of expectations or boundaries, the unusual living arrangement became a bottomless well of conflicting emotions and increasingly difficult decisions complicated by missed opportunities, regret, social chaos, and broken hearts"--
✏Author : Gouverneur Kemble Warren
✏Release Date : 1876
✏Pages : 114
✏ISBN : HARVARD:32044091857656
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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📒Understanding Gcse Geography ✍ Ann Bowen
✏Understanding GCSE Geography Book Summary : This Foundation book has simplified text covering the same material as the core student book (with the same pagination). Written to AQA/A specification, it encourages the development of geographical skills. There are activity and test questions, and guidance for students on tackling coursework.
📒Walking Stars ✍ Victor Villaseñor
✏Walking Stars Book Summary : Autobiographical stories about growing up as the son of Mexican immigrants in California.
📒 Crossing The River While Feeling The Rocks Incremental Land Reform And Its Impact On Rural Welfare In China ✍ John W. Bruce, Zongmin Li
✏ Crossing the river while feeling the rocks Incremental land reform and its impact on rural welfare in China Book Summary : Between 1978 and 1984, a massive shift from collective to household agricultural production took place in China. These incremental reforms, which Deng Xiaoping called "crossing the river while feeling the rocks," eventually gave 95 percent--160 million rural Chinese families--the right to oversee household plots, leading to stunning gains in productivity. Despite the success of the HRS, the enhancement of property rights is an ongoing reform process. Landholders depended on tenure agreements that could be changed at any time. Rural areas did not have the same right to profit from appreciating land values as urban landholders. As cities have expanded rapidly, municipalities have requisitioned rural land and issued it to new users at urban prices much higher than that paid to the rural villages. The policy debate about the appropriate pace for strengthening rural land use rights continues. This reform, the Household Responsibility System (HRS), provided strong incentives for farmers to increase labor and improve land, since they could profit from any marketable surplus they produced. Meanwhile, the state set quotas and purchased crops, providing reliable markets for increased production. It also strongly supported farmers by managing irrigation and the agricultural extension system. The state's earlier investments in rural nonfarm infrastructure paid off under the reforms, as workers released from agriculture by the more efficient use of labor found employment in local rural industries. In the years following the property reforms, the quality of life in rural China improved dramatically: per capita rural income more than doubled from 1978 to 1984. Having examined the substance, process, and effects of the reforms, this paper asks what lessons from the reforms are relevant for other developing countries. In spite of differences among countries, some elements of the Chinese reform experience seem highly relevant to others engaged in the struggle to develop.