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The Farmers of Carazo, Nicaragua, 1880-1930
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This study questions the idea that the introduction of coffee to Latin America forced most people to become landless proles working on large plantations. It suggests that small and medium-sized growers in Nicaragua were vital to the economy, constituting the farming and land-owning majority.
It also sheds new light on the controversy surrounding landholding in Nicaragua during the Sandinista revolution.
|Publisher||Ohio University Monographs in International Studies|
|Published in||United States|