- Title Pages
- Abbreviations and Measurements
- I Comparing the Great Leap Famines under Stalin and Mao
- 1 The “Tribute” of the Peasantry in Times of Food Availability Decline
- 2 Protecting the Cities, Fighting for Survival of the Regime
- II The Politicization of Hunger in Maoist China
- 3 Hierarchies of Hunger and Peasant-State Relations (1949–1958)
- 4 Preventing Urban Famine by Starving the Countryside (1959–1962)
- III Famines on the Periphery
- 5 The Burden of Empire
- 6 “Eating Mice for the Liberation of Tibet”
- 7 “Genocide against the Nation”
- Epilogue and Conclusion
- Epilogue Lessons Learned—How the Soviet Union and China Escaped Famine
- Conclusion Hunger and Socialism
- Famine Politics in Maoist China and the Soviet Union
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