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By Maria Teresa Vázquez-Castillo

This e-book analyzes [ejido] land as house of urbanization and site of monetary actions and capital and land privatization as a redistributive approach with neighborhood, city, neighborhood and international effects.

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Some prefer to call this personal level the household. During field research, I found that different access to land resources shaped the gender division of labor in ejidos. Field research revealed another internal relation in the ejido. Within our framework of analysis this internal economic relation also contributes to the shaping of regions, cities, and the ejido itself. It also shapes and reshapes in different ways the lives of the populations affected by privatization and economic restructuring.

AGRICULTURAL POLICIES AND REGIONAL DIFFERENTIATION AFTER THE REVOLUTION Land redistribution in conjunction with agricultural policies implemented after the revolution, contributed to further define the Northern and Southern regions in Mexico. During the Lázaro Cárdenas administration (1934–1940), the distribution of land under Agrarian Reform reached its peak. Before and after Cárdenas, the unwillingness of different administrations to implement the commitments of Article 27 was evident. For example, the first postrevolutionary administrations of Plutarco Elías Calles (1920–1924) and Álvaro Obregón (1924–1928) were committed to the Northern agenda that protected big landowners.

Katz mentions that the Spanish Crown granted colonizers “extensive amounts of land; the right to freely buy and sell additional land; exemption from taxes; the right to administer their own towns and cities,”34 and guns to stop the Apache Indians. S. “investors flocked into Chihuahua, buying both mines and large estates, and a new market for Mexican cattle emerged in the United States. ”35 Origins and Transformation of Article 27 in Mexico 29 With the application of the land laws under the Díaz dictatorship, the Northern native populations lost their grazing lands.

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