No Land for China’s Farmers

Photos by Derrick Chang A month and a half after it was gingerly put into place, China is struggling to find ways to cope with its new national property law. Despite 13 years in drafting and seven years of debate at the National People’s Congress, few analysts expect that the law will actually change the system of land ownership or ease what appears to be endemic rural unrest.

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