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The first agraristas : an oral history of a Mexican agrarian reform movement / Ann L. Craig.

Berkeley : University of California Press, [1983] .
ISBN 9780520047082, 0520047087

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Subjects Agrarreform.
Ejidos -- Mexico -- Lagos de Moreno.
Ejidos -- Mexique -- Lagos de Moreno.
Land reform -- Mexico -- Lagos de Moreno.
Land reform.
Mexico -- Lagos de Moreno.
Reforma agraria -- México -- Lagos de Moreno.
Réforme agraire -- Mexique -- Lagos de Moreno.
Description xv, 312 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1983]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 281-296) and index.
Contents 1. Introduction -- lagos de Moreno -- Studies of agrarian reform and peasant movements in Mexico -- Agrarian activism in lagos -- Site selection and methodology -- Organization of this book -- 2. The burden of tradition -- Los Altos de Jalisco: "Region of poor soil and industrious people" -- The early settlement of Lagos de Moreno -- Lagos in the nineteenth century -- The aristocracy's golden years: Lagos at the turn of the century -- Enduring the revolution -- 3. Agrarian reform: the first steps -- Lagos between revollution and reform -- Mexico in the wake of the revolution -- Lagos de Moreno in the 1920s -- 4. Agrarian reform: Fruition -- The agraristas organize -- The 1933-34 presidential campaign -- The land is granted -- Jose Romero Gómez: "The eternal rebel" -- Child to man: Learning a trade and independence -- Ideological growth -- Leading local reform -- Lean years in exile -- Seeking local office -- Retirement from politics: The twisted revolution -- 6. "La vieja guardia": Foot-soldiers of agrarian reform -- The first agraristas: Shared attributes -- The first agraristas: Individual profiles -- Reflections of the old guard -- 7. Conclusion: The legacy of agrarismo -- The genesis of reform -- The ideology of reform -- Inhibiting the facilitating factors -- Persisting problems.
Geographic Area Mexico
Network Numbers (OCoLC)8667870
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Craig, Ann L.
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