Land, Power, and Poverty: Agrarian Transformation and Political Conflict in Central America

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Land, Power,
an Poverty
Agrarian Transformation
and Political Conflict
in Central America

SECOND EDITION

Charles D. Brockett

The University of the South

Westview Press

A Division of Harper Collins Publisbers

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Tables and Figures xi
  • Acronyms xiii
  • Preface to Second Edition xv
  • Preface to First Edition xvii
  • Chapter One - Introduction: Agrarian Transformation and Political Conflict 1
  • Notes 7
  • Part One - Agrarian Transformation 9
  • Chapter Two - Agrarian Transformation Before 1950 11
  • Notes 39
  • Chapter Three - The Postwar Transformation of Central American Agriculture 41
  • Notes 65
  • Chapter Four - Agrarian Transformation and Rural Economic Security 68
  • Notes 96
  • Part Two - Political Conflict 99
  • Chapter Five - Guatemala: Between Reform and Terror 101
  • Notes 126
  • Chapter Six - El Salvador: from Obstruction to Civil War and Toward Reconciliation 129
  • Notes 152
  • Chapter Seven - Nicaragua: from Obstruction to Revolution and Back Again 156
  • Notes 182
  • Chapter Eight - Honduras: the Limitations of Reform 185
  • Notes 199
  • Chapter Nine - Costa Rica: Toward Sustainable Development 201
  • Notes 213
  • Chapter Ten - Conclusion: Land, Power, and Poverty 215
  • Notes 227
  • References 229
  • Index 259
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