Peasant Unrest: Themes and Variations

  • Henry A. Landsberger


Peasant1 unrest, as this volume shows, has been so extensive both in time and in space that one is tempted to call it ubiquitous. Not only massive individual discontent, but organised protest have been an important ingredient of the history of the rural sector of many societies. This is true from Russia in the north to Indonesia in the south; from Latin America around the world to the Philippines; from at least the seventh century of this era until, of course, this very moment.


Trade Union Status Incongruity Industrial Worker Trade Union Movement Poor Peasant 
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© International Institute for Labour Studies 1974

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