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Agrarian cooperatives: and alterna-
tive capitalism, 124–25, 147–50,
155, 160, 162–63, 165, 182, 183,
186, 188, 196, 197; and colonial
governmentality, 163–64, 167, 174–
88, 195; credit system in, 153–59,
165–69, 174, 180, 183–86; and disci-
pline/homogenization of subjects,
163, 166, 186, 188; form, Chinese,
150–56; form, Japanese, 150–60, 268
n.46; form, Korean, 153–60, 163;
historiography of, 165–66, 186; and
logic of capitalism, 61–63, 124–25,
133, 146, 163–65, 175, 188, 194–97;
and logic of territorial sovereignty,
61–63, 124, 126, 128, 146–47, 150–
60, 195–96; and national and ethnic
unevenness, 139, 147, 150–60, 164,
189–95; and private property rights,
62, 163–64, 174, 181, 186–87, 195; and
the production of the social, 124, 126,
128, 146, 153–59, 164–69, 174, 195–96
Althusser, Louis, 9
Anderson, Benedict, 3–4, 243 n.4
Anjo ˘n nongch’on (safety village), 145, 170,
184
An Sugil, 24–43
Anti-communism, 108, 203
Anti-Minsaengdan Struggle (Pan-
Minsaengdan t’ujaeng), 199–225 passim;
and anti-communism, 203; and Ko-
rean and Chinese nationalism, 199,
206; as mass movement, 204–5, 221–
28; and North Korean revolution, 201;
and the production of the social, 199–
200, 207, 221–24; and self-rule of
Koreans, 201–3, 207, 222–23, 225
Asia Development Company
(Tongakwo ˘nop hoesa,Tōa kangyō kabushiki
gaisha), 59, 63, 81–85, 90, 103, 139,
142, 167–68, 172, 174, 176, 189–90
Asian community, xiii, xv, xvi, 24,
46–50, 238–39. See also East Asia
Co-Prosperity Sphere
Assimilation, 110–16, 208, 212, 214,
221
Balibar, Etienne, 244 n.12
Bank, 70–71
Bix, Herbert, 70
Bourgeoisie, 65, 67–72, 74, 77, 86–88,
90, 100–101, 127
Brazil, 14
Cadastral survey: in Korea, 129, 142; in
Manchuria, 189
Capitalism: alternative, 124–25, 147–
50, 155, 160, 162–63, 165, 182–83,
186, 188, 196–97; and colonialism,
56–63, 72–73, 124, 125, 129–31, 163,
166–67, 183; and contradiction of ho-
mogenization and differentiation, xii,
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