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Barbed wire in the Sierra. The origins of and changes in a farming system in Mexico


Des barbeles dans la Sierra Origines et transformations d' un systeme agraire au Mexique: 395pp.
Barbed wire in the Sierra. The origins of and changes in a farming system in Mexico
The changes which have taken place in agriculture in a region of the Sierra Madre del Sur, in southwest Michoacan, can be seen as representative of Mexican agricultural history in general, which has been strongly influenced by extensive peasant migration since the end of the 19th century. The book covers farming history since the end of the 18th century, going on to examine the situation as it is today.

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