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Agrarian conflict considered: popular mobilization and peasant politics in Mexico and Central America



Agrarian conflict considered: popular mobilization and peasant politics in Mexico and Central America



Latin American Research Review 26(1): 216-238



Efforts to explain agrarian conflicts of the 20th century in Latin America have yielded a variety of competing theories, each of which can claim considerable plausibility. Nevertheless, although a certain eclecticism is apparent in most of these works, when taken together they argue more for rethinking prevailing theories of agrarian conflict and popular mobilization than for their easy reconciliation. This article reviews several elements of this rethinking.

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