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Socialist Concept of Welfare Work

Socialist Concept of Welfare Work

Is it fear of landed interests, or inefficiency of Government machinery or absence of record of rights or the Utopian nature of legislation? The concept of land reform has changed considerably with the lapse of time. Formerly it was thought that the agrarian structure could be changed by conferring rights on tenants. Apart from the difficulties of implementation of land reform measures, it is now recognised that those landlords who endeavour to improve their land and farm practices should be encouraged. In fact, the legislative measures have not tried to link right in land with good farm practices. Dutta has also avoided discussion of this aspect of land reform measures.

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