Agrarian Populism and the Mexican State: The Struggle for Land in Sonora

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As oil-rich Mexico faces the 1980s, conflicts between agrarian populism and capitalist industrialization call for resolution. The internal peace and political stability that made the period between the late 1930s and the early 1970s so productive left many Mexicans-particularly the campesinos-marginal to the benefits of the economy. During this period of economic growth, agrarian reform, the trademark of the Mexican revolution, was relegated to a position of lesser importance in national politics. But with forty percent of ...

Agrarian Populism and the Mexican State: The Struggle for Land in Sonora 2018, University of California Press, Berkerley

ISBN-13: 9780520301740

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Agrarian Populism and the Mexican State: The Struggle for Land in Sonora 1981, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA

ISBN-13: 9780520040564

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