The peasantry as an emerging political factor in Mexico, Bolivia, and Venezuela
Lord, Peter P.
Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin
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Latin America Politics and government
Mexico Politics and government
Bolivia Politics and government
Venezuela Politics and government
Labor and laborers Bolivia
Labor and laborers Mexico
Labor and laborers Venezuela
Peasantry Latin America
Labor and laborers Latin America
Political movements Latin America
Political movements Bolivia
Political movements Mexico
Political movements Venezuela
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