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6. Current development patterns and agrarian policy in Latin America



6. Current development patterns and agrarian policy in Latin America



The process of rural transformation: Eastern Europe, Latin America and Australia: 128-139



By 1980 Latin America had changed, but hardly transformed from 1950. In the rural sector the most telling indicator of transformation is the extent to which countries have failed to institute agrarian reforms. With the exception of Cuba they have promulgated change but hardly transformation. With few exceptions, the land tenure structure remains much the same as it was in 1965.

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