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Reforming Mexico's Agrarian Reform
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1. Introduction 2. Opening Remarks Panel 1: Introduction to Land Reform 3. Introduction to Panel I 4. The Agrarian Policies and Ideas of the Revolutionary Mexican Factions Led by Emiliano Zapata, Pancho Villa, and Venustiano Carranza 5. Mexican Land Reform, 1934-91: Success or Failure? 6. Recent Changes in the Mexican Constitution and Their Impact on the Agrarian Reform 7. Panel I. Introduction to Land Reform: Discussion Panel II: The Economic Consequences of Land Reform: Who Gains, Who Loses? 8. Introduction to Panel II 9. Ejido Sector Reforms: From Land Reform to Rural Development 10. An Opinion Survey in the Countryside-1994 11. Appropriate Agricultural Credit: A Missing Piece of Agrarian Reform in Mexico 12. Panel II. The Economic Consequences of Land Reform: Who Gains, Who Loses? Discussion Panel III: Land Reform, Agrarian Organizations, and the Structure of Mexican Politics 13. Introduction to Panel III 14. Impact of Reforms to Article 27 on Chiapas: Peasant Resistance in the Neoliberal Public Sphere 15. A Persistent Rural Leviathan 16. National Electoral Choices in Rural Mexico 17. Panel III. Land Reform, Agrarian Organizations, and the Structure of Mexican Politics: Discussion Panel IV: Land Use and the Environment 18. Of Land Tenure, Forests, and Water: The Impact of the Reforms to Article 27 on the Mexican Environment 19. Campesinos, Water, and the State: Different Views of La Transferencia 20. Reforming Forests: From Community Forests to Corporate Forestry in Mexico 21. The Ecological Consequences of the 1992 Agrarian Law of Mexico 22. Panel IV. Land Use and the Environment: Discussion Panel V: Land Reform, Property Rights, Gender, and Migration 23. What's at Stake? The Reform of Agrarian Reform in Mexico 24. The Changing Configuration of Property Rights Under Ejido Reform 25. Too Little, Too Late? The Impact of Article 27 on Women in Oaxaca 26. U.S.-Bound Migration and the Future of the Ejido: Changing Pragmatic Commitments to the Ejido Among Different Cohorts of Villagers in a Hamlet in Michoacan 27. Panel V. Land Reform, Property Rights, Gender, and Migration: Discussion

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