LAND, DEBT, SEEDS OF WRATH...The new peasants' revolt

January 2001
UNESCO Courier;Jan2001, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p16
Introduces several articles relating to the actions taken in various countries to counteract the effects of globalization in the agricultural sector.


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