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New Agrarian Crisis

New Agrarian Crisis AN analysis of agriculture is crucial to an understanding of the present workings of imperialism as well as the political and economic crises of third world countries. In spite of land reforms and two decades of developmental efforts, not only do hunger and malnourishment continue, but the inability to sufficiently raise production and the income level of the rural masses constitutes the major barrier to industrial advance. But why this failure Continues and what the dynamics of me process are is becoming more and more difficult to answer, for the traditional explanations no longer hold.

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