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    Title: 被操弄的農戶「分類」—以臺灣土地改革為例
    Authors: 徐世榮
    Contributors: 政大地政系
    Keywords: 土地改革;耕者有其田;共有出租耕地;地主;業主
    Date: 2008-06
    Issue Date: 2013-09-12 17:38:05 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 「三七五減租」、「耕者有其田」等二戰後土地改革政策,長期以來是台灣歷史教科書裡讚揚歌頌的題材,也是國民黨至今仍津津樂道的昔日政績。但是對當年被徵收土地的台灣農戶來說,整個徵收的程序與相關法律是否符合正義原則?這其中有哪些歷史的轉型正義問題需要處理?主辦單位台灣歷史學會特別邀請學者專家,舉辦「戰後資源分配問題」學術研討會,就「台灣土地改革」、「國民黨黨產」、「台灣經濟資源分配」等議題進行深入的剖析與討論。
    Taiwanese history textbooks have long sung the praises of post-war land reform such as the 37.5% Arable Rent Reduction Act and the Land to the Tiller Act, and the Kuomintang up to today still relishes flaunting it as its past achievement. But as far as the Taiwanese farm households who had their land confiscated are concerned, did the entire expropriation process and relevant laws fulfill the justice principle? Which issues of transitional justice need to be addressed in connection with the land reform? The organizer of today’s forum, the Taiwan Historical Association, has invited scholars and experts to a symposium on “post-war resource allocation problems.” They engaged in in-depth discussions and analyses on Taiwan’s land reform, the KMT party assets, and economic resources allocation in Taiwan.
    Relation: 台灣史學雜誌,4,25-44
    Data Type: article
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