Marxist view of land reform and
of small-scale production

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Mexico and peasant socialism:
-- democratization, petty production and the socialist vision (130K)
(Issue #11, Vol. 2. #6, Dec. 15, 1996)
 

LAND REFORM, SOCIALISM, AND THE MEXICAN COUNTRYSIDE:
-- Introduction (3K)
-- Does the Chicago Workers' Voice support Cardenismo? (14K) by Oleg, Chicago Workers' Voice
-- Peasant socialism or proletarian politics? (40K) by Mark, Detroit
-- The ghost of Lazaro Cardenas and the Mexican crisis (70K) by Joseph Green
El Machete continues its campaign for Castroism
(Issue #5, Vol. 1, #5, Nov. 15, 1995)
 

Ejido co-ops and capitalist development in Mexican agriculture by Mark, Detroit
(Issue #4, Vol. 1, #4, Sept. 15, 1995)
 

What have co-ops meant for the Mexican peasants?
-- The ejido, yesterday and today, in Michoacan, by Pete Brown
-- The decline of the small peasant continued during Echeverria's ejido policy of the '70s, by Pete Brown
-- Ejido co-ops will not save the peasants from poverty, by Mark, Detroit
(Issue #3, Vol. 1, #3, August 1, 1995)

Marxism on proletarian and peasant demands
(Issue #2, Vol. 1, #2, June 1, 1995)


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