The Latin American Peasant

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The Latin American Peasant

By Andrew Pearçe
Frank Cass, 1975
289 pp.

Utilizing field material from nine countries (Cuba is included; Venezuela and Argentina are not), a British sociologist describes and analyzes land tenure, peasant and labor force organizations, rural life patterns, activism, production, and related topics.

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