Building the Foundations of Socialism in China

1. The extension to the entire territory of China of the laws that were already in force in the liberated areas.
2. Carrying out the agrarian reform: the lands of landowners, monasteries, owners who did not cultivate them independently, as well as livestock and implements were distributed among the peasants on an equalizing basis.
3. Uncultivated land, mineral resources, forests became the property of the state.
4. Development of the education system,
5. Construction of railways and heavy industry enterprises

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