The land reform under marcos: Not yet the final one
In countries, where the peasants have no decisive influence on the government, land reform is only instrumental towards achieving various objectives. As a result it loses immediately of its importance when these objectives can be reached in a different way or when the costs of utilizing this means appear to be too high. The Land Reform in the Philippines is such a case.
KeywordsLand Reform Agrarian Reform Credit Programme Presidential Decree Land Transfer
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