While land reform has the potential to increase growth and reduce poverty, reform in post-revolutionary Mexico did neither. Instead, it trapped peasants on the land

 

While land reform has the potential to increase growth and reduce poverty, reform in post-revolutionary Mexico did neither. Instead, it trapped peasants on the land and made them dependent on the state. Why did the reform take such an unusual form and why did additional reform take another 75 years to occur?

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