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clines , the relative value of land rises ; and land becomes increasingly a source
of conflict among economic and so cial groups in the community . The patterns of
wealth and income distribution , and of social and political influence , that arise ...
HISTORY OF LAND REFORM The ideas and principles discussed so far may be
illustrat - ed by a selective survey of the history of land reform movements ,
emphasizing the objectives and processes of reform , the difficulty of evaluating it
, and ...
The Mexican reform of 1915 followed a revolution and dealt mainly with lands of
Indian villages that had been illegally absorbed ... The immediate aim of reform
was to restore the land to its legal owners , settle the title , and use public land to
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