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Peasant associations in theory and practice
McKeon, Nora; Watts, Michael; Woldord, Wendy
This paper considers the ways in which liberalization and global market dependence have affected poverty, hunger, and the political, social and economic resources that condition an individual's access to food and basic needs. This paper considers the ways in which peasant communities and organizations can be central actors in resisting or negotiating the effects and character of the marketplace.
Rural communities, Rural workers