4 edition of Agrarian reform and the agricultural proletariat in Cuba, 1958-66 found in the catalog.
Published 1979 by Administrator in University of Glasgow Institute of Latin American Studies
|Statement||University of Glasgow Institute of Latin American Studies|
|Publishers||University of Glasgow Institute of Latin American Studies|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
|2||Occasional papers -- no.27.|
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PORTER, Robert Percival - Report on the Currency Question of Porto Rico. By Commander Bedford Pim, RN.
The Currency of the Island of Cuba. ] Political Parties of the Americas. In the eyes of the leaders, the two laws were identical, but the first one was different from the second in that it included some important tactical objectives: it intended, on the one hand, to mobilize more intensively the small farmers in order to incorporate them massively in the ranks of the revolution and, on the other, to neutralize the reactionary forces who were to be kept expectant.
in an Answer to some Queries that Were Sent unto them, by us Called Quakers. PORRATA, Oscar Emilio — A Agrarian reform and the agricultural proletariat in Cuba Policy for the Administration and Control of Public Education in Puerto Rico.
Cave Hill: UWI, WAND 112 pages, 1985. An account of the slave trade and the conditions experienced during the transatlantic crossing. A part of these were simply incorporated into the different existing kinds of state farms, while another part, even though nationalized, was given over to private administration.
Tunbridge Wells: Printed and Published by C Baldwin, The Postage Stamp Handbook, No 4 26 pages 17 cm pamph, ills, [ca 1909]. Slough: U Tutorial P viii,200 pages 22 cm pb, biblio, index, 1984.
London: D Field, WEP Series of Philatelic Handbooks, No 7 39 pages pamph, ills, 1911. POSNETT, Norman William, and Philip Miles REILLY, comp - Dominica.
" 7 Estadisticas Agropecuarias, Junta Central de Planificacion, 1963, p. ] PINCUS, Arthur - Terror in Cuba.
The Process of Control of the Private Sector Up to the second agrarian reform of 1963, there were in Cuba three types of private properties: the small peasants who owned less than 5 caballerias 67 hectares , the medium-sized agriculturists owning less than 10 caballerias 134 hectares , and the rich landowners who possessed up to 30 caballerias 402 hectares.