Landowners and the State: Beyond Agrarian Reform and Counter-reform

  • Patricio Silva


This chapter focuses on the relationship between landowner organisations and the state during the military government, stressing the main political and economic factors which determinated its evolution. In addition, it indicates some of the new features this relationship is beginning to acquire, following the restoration of democratic rule in March 1990.


Land Reform Government Coalition Foreign Competition Agrarian Reform Labour Legislation 
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