Land Reform and Development in the Middle East: a Study of Egypt, Syria, and Iraq

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Land Reform and Development in the Middle East: a Study of Egypt, Syria, and Iraq

By Doreen Warriner
Oxford University Press (for the Royal Institute of International Affairs), 1957
197 pp. $2.90
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Miss Warriner, a leading authority on peasant farming, supplements her earlier study, "Land and Poverty in the Middle East" (1948), by reviewing the results of the agrarian reform measures which have been undertaken and by relating them to the problem of economic development.

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