Los agrarismos de la revoluci�n en Nayarit

January 2009
Signos Hist�ricos;ene-jun2009, Vol. 11 Issue 21, p40
Academic Journal
This article puts forth the idea that the social demand for the division of land was a relevant factor of great significance, among other reasons, because of its persistence throughout the decades of 1910, 1920 and 1930. This persistence had crucial relevance in the process of its articulation with other social demands of a more immediate and structural nature. Along with the Agrarian Reformists there were other social and political organizations mobilized using political, labor and electoral motives. The purpose of this paper is to raise the notion that social expressions of the Agrarian Movement were a key factor in the efforts to abolish the crumbling old regime.


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