The Transformation of Mexican Agriculture
International Structure and the Politics of Rural Change
In spite of the most thorough agrarian reform in nonsocialist Latin America, Mexico cannot feed its population. Steven Sanderson attributes the problems of Mexican agriculture to an internationalization of the food system promoted by the Mexican state, the trade system, and agribusiness.
Originally published in 1986.
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