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by Mr. Ronald J. Herring

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Mr. Ronald J. Herring
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Land to the Tiller' has long been a rallying cry of radical agrarian movements. That image is one aspect of the reality in South Asia; but the issue of agrarian reform is simultaneously less dramatic and more profound than its popular image

Land to the Tiller' has long been a rallying cry of radical agrarian movements. Published by: Yale University Press. That image is one aspect of the reality in South Asia; but the issue of agrarian reform is simultaneously less dramatic and more profound than its popular image. At stake is the transformation of the basic structure, the political economy, of agrarian society.

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Land to the Tiller book. Marx noted that the 'innermost secrets' of a society are revealed in its production relations; in the relations of men and women to the land are embedded relations of power, security, wealth, opportunity, and standing in rural South Asia. Public Choice volume 44, pages391–392(1984)Cite this article. Rights and permissions. Reprints and Permissions.

Agrarian Political Economy, Agrarian Reform. Land to the Tiller: The Political Economy of Agrarian Reform in South Asia (Yale University Press, 1983). From ‘Fanaticism’ to Power: Deep Roots of Kerala’s Agrarian Exceptionalism, in William Pinch ed Speaking of Peasants: Essays on Indian History and Politics in Honor of Walter Hauser (New Delhi: Manohar). Awarded the Edgar Graham Prize (London: 1986).

Land to the Tiller' has long been a rallying cry of radical agrarian movements. The slogan evokes the image of crude red flags in the hands of peasants confronting landlords and police in the classic conflict over distribution of the land and its product.

The Journal encourages original approaches to the contemporary agrarian question and is committed to the advancement of autonomous thinking in the South. The thematic areas which the Journal deems fundamental are: · land and agrarian reform in Africa, Asia and Latin America/Caribbean; · agrarian and labour relations in peripheral social formations

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Land to the Tiller: The Political Economy of Agrarian Reform in South Asia. Yale University Press, 1983, ISBN 0-300-02725-7. Guaranteeing employment to the rural poor: Social functions and class interests in the employment guarantee scheme in Western India. In: World Development Band 11, 1983, S. 575–592. GMOs, NGOs, Farmers, and the State. In: Social Movements in India: Poverty, Power, and Politics. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2005. Carrots, Sticks, and Ethnic Conflict: Rethinking Development Assistance. University of Michigan Press, 2001, ISBN 0-472-11177-9. mit Milton J. Esman.