La desamortización de tierras civiles corporativas en México: ¿una ley agraria, fiscal o ambas? Una aproximación a las tendencias en la historiografía

Ohmstede, Antonio Escobar
November 2012
Mundo Agrario;2012, Vol. 13 Issue 25, Special section p1
Academic Journal
The article makes a historiographical revision that questions the hypothesis that the disentail (desamortización) of civil lands deprived of the lands or destituted the indigenous people of Mexico. This allows us to consider other issues about political, social and institutional actors that hadn't received enough attention from historians related to the aftermath of the Law of 1856, as town councils, lawyers and *tinterillos*. This work aims to solve methodological problems about the interpretation of the type of land that were disentailed since there hadn't been done a corographic or scenery analysis.


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