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237 Index “actually existing socialism,” xxi, 19 aerial bombing: in Cambodia, 48–57, 158–59, 193; in Vietnam, 44 Agamben, Giorgio, 36 Aitken, Stuart, 166–69 Albritton, Robert, 138–39, 148 alienation, xiii, 22, 69, 130, 134, 195 Amin, Samir, 3 Angkar, 38, 92, 147, 151, 175 autarky, 3–4, 7 Bandung Conference, 71–72 base people, 80–81, 92, 147, 154–55, 161–62 base-superstructure, 13–17, 148 Becker, Elizabeth, 171 Brown, Heather, 164 “building socialism,” 69, 93, 131, 175, 190, 195 Bultmann, Daniel, 131–32 Cambodia: French colonialism in, 29–32; independence, 32–33; precolonial , 25–26 Cambodian Civil War, 44–45, 48–57, 59–62, 91, 187 Cambodian genocide, xxi, 1–2, 11, 193 capitalism, 15, 22–23, 110–11, 121, 164–65, 194 Chandler, David, xiii, xvii, 33, 49, 145 China, 5, 8, 33–34, 41, 45, 50, 77, 90, 116, 180, 195 class analysis, xiv, 9–17, 37–38, 194 Cold War, xxi, 71, 156, 193 colonialism, 71–72, 74, 111 commerce, 4–5 commodities, 110–11, 116, 138, 180 communism, xiii, 2–3, 11, 69 Communist Party of Kampuchea (CPK): Central Committee, 80; interpretations of, 1–3, 194–95; and Non-Aligned Movement, 71–77, 96; origins of, 20–21, 34–36, 38–42, 58, 63; postconflict reconstruction and, 62–63; Standing Committee, 4–5, 7–8, 80, 84–85, 89–90, 120, 123, 177 comparative advantage, 113, 115 consciousness: building, 79, 131–32; political, xi, 11, 23, 92, 133, 186; revolutionary, 70 constant capital, 178–80 consumption, 19, 112, 178, 181–84 contradictions, 22 currency, 4–6, 123–24, 182–84 238  •  Index DeFalco, Randle, 4, 157 democratic centralism, 77–80, 89–90 Democratic Kampuchea: administrative structure, 84–89, 115; citizenship, 80–83, 91–92, 154; constitution, 80, 184; cooperatives, 63, 65–67; democratic centralism and, 77–80, 89–90; Four-Year Plan, xv, xx, 11, 107, 110–11, 113, 119, 123–24, 132, 150, 153; governance, 70, 77–91; health care, 142–48, 186; import-substitution industrialization and, 111–12, 185, 193; integrated autonomy, 89; “letting die” in, 151–58; life in, 139–42, 148–51; ministries, 84; nature and, 131–33, 190–91; Non-Aligned Movement and, 71–77, 111, 194; People’s Representative Assembly, 83–84; philosophical foundation, 6–7, 70, 78 Democratic Republic of Vietnam (DRV), 28–29, 33, 43, 49 determinism, 12 dialectics, 9, 22, 77, 131, 136 dictatorship of the proletariat, 36–37, 67, 77 disproportionate revenge, 175 division of labor, 12–13, 113, 137, 161 Domosh, Mona, 169 Ebihara, May, 161 Em, Sokhym, 157 Etcheson, Craig, xiii evacuation of cities, 64–65 expanded reproduction, 178–80 exploitation, 19, 69, 116, 129, 134, 180, 185, 194 family: under capitalism, 166–70; in general, 165–66; under Khmer Rouge, 171–74; Lenin and, 170–71; Marx and, 166–67; in precolonial Cambodia, 160–62 famine, 60–61 Fanon, Frantz, 3 food rations, 116–29, 182–84, 186 forced marriages, 160–63 forces of production, 13 foreign trade, 4–6, 7–8, 112–13, 179–80 Franco-Vietminh War, 28–29, 32, 33 French Indochina, 24–28, 29, 103–4 FUNK (Front Uni National du Kampuchea ), 50 gender, 173–74 genocide, xv–xix geopolitics, 51, 156 “great leap forward,” 37, 70 GRUNK (Gouvernement Royal d’Union Nationale du Kampuchéa), 20–21, 50 Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, 43–44 Gupta, Akhil, 154 Harvey, David, xx, 117, 122 Heder, Steve, xiii, 31–32 Hinton, Alex, xvi, 47, 57, 136, 175 Ho Chi Minh, 28–29, 31 “Ho Chi Minh Trail,” 39, 43 Hou Yuon, 50, 84 Hu Nim, 50, 84 Ieng Sary, 8, 40, 74–75, 84 Ieng Thirith, 84 imperialism, 24 Index  •  239 import-substitution industrialization, 18, 111–12, 185, 193 indifference, 18, 135–37, 148, 159 intentionality, 153–54 international trade, 4–6, 179 irrigation, 106–9 Isaacs, Arnold, 50, 59–60 Jackson, Karl, 3, 6, 11 Jacobsen, Trudy, 174 Johnson, Lyndon B., 43 Kasumi, Nakagawa, 174 Kautsky, Karl, 2 Kennedy, John F., 42–43 Keo Meas, 20–21, 31, 40–41 Keo Moni, 31 Khieu Samphan, 50, 72–73, 83–84, 157 Khmer People’s Revolutionary Party (KPRP), 20, 32, 33–35, 38, 40 Khmer Rouge: origins, 20–21; recruitment , 48–57 Khmer Vietminh, 20, 34, 58 Kiernan, Ben, xiii, 35 Koh Sla Dam, 187–89 labor: dead, 189–91, 192; division of, 12–13, 125–26; necessary, 119; nonproductive , 149–50, 173; productive, 149–50, 159; as purposeful activity , 14–15, 132; socially necessary, 120...


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