Agrarian Reform and Peasant Revolution in Spain: Origins of by Edward E. Malefakis

By Edward E. Malefakis

Huge octavo. xx, 469 pp, tables, maps, neighborhood divisions, abbreviations, advent, half I. Land Tenure and Rural Social constitution: 1. Land Tenure in Twentieth-Century Spain; 2. The Geographical and old surroundings of the Latifundios; three. The Social constitution of Southern Spain: the agricultural Oligarchy; four. The Social constitution of Southern Spain: the agricultural Proletariat. half II. Agrarian Reform and Peasant Revolution: five. The Agrarian challenge ahead of the Republic; 6. the 1st Months of the Republic; 7. The Azana executive looking for an Agrarian Reform legislations; eight. The Agrarian Reform legislations of September 1932; nine. A legislations looking for a central authority; 10. the autumn of Azana; eleven. Anarchosyndicalism and Spontaneous Peasant Protest; 12. The Radicalization of the Socialists; thirteen. The Failure of the Center-Right; 14.The Destruction of the "Bourgeois Republic; 15. may perhaps the catastrophe were refrained from; Appendixes: A. resources of knowledge on sleek Spanish Land Tenure; B. equipment of Estimating info in Statistical Tables; C. extra Statistical information on Spanish Land Tenure; D. technique Used to set up family members Relationships and Absenteeism between huge proprietors; E. Pre-Republican Agrarian Reform Proposals; thesaurus of Spanish phrases, chosen bibliography, index. First version, 1970. Inscribed by way of the writer on ffep. eco-friendly textile with yelllow lettering to backbone. "This e-book provides a bankruptcy to the growing to be literature at the difficulties of agrarian reform. It confirms the acuteness of the hindrance that faces all reformers -- that reforms may perhaps open a Pandora's field that would carry damage to a method that introduces them. for that reason this research is anxious with the connection among evolutionary and innovative motion, in addition to among reform and reaction." from the jacket flap.

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The other. on he~tares are used to grow grains and the rotation crops assocIated WIth grams. the rotation cycle. thso - can~ot e seeded annually but requires frequent fallowin'th g, en el er the soil does not receive sufficient rainfall 9· Naval Intelligence Division of h E l' Volume III: Spain, p. 181. t e ng Ish Admiralty, Spain and Portugal, 10. Because surface slope also affe . lOwing data, compiled from INE A ;tsEerodsIOn and the ease of plOWing, the folh even tough the terms "mounta'' nuaNo " • sta, mico'.

LAND TENURE AND RURAL SOCIAL STRUCfURE ble in Southern Spain as in the other great unirrigated region of arid Spain, the Meseta-Ebro. Income from a hectare of land in the richest Southern region, Western Andalusia, is more than twice that in the two Castiles and approximates the incomes obtained along the rainy Cantabric Coast or in the heavily irrigated Mediterranean provinces. The same is true to a lesser degree for Estremadura. Even in La Mancha, where wheat yields are so disastrously low and unstable, the value of the land approaches the level of the two Castiles once all crops are taken into consideration, as is done by the taxable income figures.

1951:7"0, pp. 12, 266 • alI cropland, whether irrigateda 1~, ~ those mentioned in the text, refer to planted lands is, of course, art! m:ngated. The elevated percentage of annually which they include. p y ue to the enormous amounts of fallow lands 22. It might be wis~ to st h because of these perennial cro res~ ~re that the latifundio system has not arisen to grow vines, olives or fruit fS. t ough the initial capital investment necessary impetus toward larg~-scale cul/~ IS ~eater than that needed in grain lands, the case of vines, by the intensive ;:a on IS more.

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