Issues of Land Reform

  title={Issues of Land Reform},
  author={Edmundo Flores},
  journal={Journal of Political Economy},
  pages={890 - 905}
  • E. Flores
  • Published 1970
  • Economics
  • Journal of Political Economy
The mounting tensions and turbulence that pervade the politics of most Latin American countries stem from the attempt to solve a basic question that at bottom, and contrary to common belief, poses a nonideological, pragmatic choice. Is it possible to remedy economic stagnation and chronic inflation exclusively by means of administrative and technological measures, such as better farming methods, industrialization, foreign aid, regional economic integration, and improvements in the terms of… Expand
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