Class, Ethnicity, and Community in Southern Mexico (inbunden)
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Class, Ethnicity, and Community in Southern Mexico (inbunden)

Class, Ethnicity, and Community in Southern Mexico

Oaxaca's Peasantries

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The land reform in Mexico that followed the Revolution of 1910-17 helped to reconstitute peasant communities in the lowland areas of Oaxaca, one of the poorest of the states, as a complement to the peasantries which had persisted from early colonial times at the higher altitudes. This book examines the history, production systems, and life styles of these communities, focusing in particular on their structure, ethnic movements, and political
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PART I. HISTORICAL FOUNDATIONS OF PEASANTRIES; 1. Peasantries in Colonial and Post-Independence Oaxaca (1520-1920); 2. Peasantries in Post-Revolutionary Oaxaca: the State and Development (1920-1970); PART II. PEASANTS, COMMERCIALIZATION, AND URBANIZATION; 3. Peasant Production and the Environment; 4. Peasant Markets, Commercialization, and Urban Capitalism; 5. Migration, Urbanization, and Proletarianization; PART III. ETHNICITY, COMMUNITY, AND POLITICS; 6. Ethnic-Linguistic Groups: the Quest for Identity; 7. Community, Class, and the Rural Municipio; 8. PRI 'Hegemony' and Political Dissent; PART IV. CONCLUSION; 9. Conclusion: Oaxaca's Peasantries in their Theoretical and National Contexts