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Peasant struggle in a feudal setting: a study of the determinants of the bargaining power of tenants and small farmers in five villages of district attock, Pakistan, 1980

Nawaz Ahmad

ILO Working Papers from International Labour Organization

Abstract: ILO pub-wep pub. Working paper on peasant movements in Pakistan after 1951 - reviews historical, social class and feudalism circumstances in five villages illustrating impact of land reforms on land ownership, and discusses role of tenant farmer rural worker organizations, political leadership, bureaucracy and state intervention.

Keywords: peasant movement; history; social class.; feudalism; village; land reform.; land ownership; tenant farmer; rural worker organization; political leadership; bureaucracy.; state intervention; mouvement paysan; movimiento campesino; histoire; classe sociale; féodalisme; village; réforme foncière; propriété foncière; fermier; organisation de travailleurs ruraux; direction politique; bureaucratie; intervention de l'Etat; historia; clase social; feudalismo; pueblo; reforma de la tenencia de la tierra; propiedad de la tierra; arrendatario; organización de trabajadores rurales; dirección política; burocracia; intervención estatal (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 45 P. pages
Date: 1980
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Published in World Employment Programme research working paper. WEP 10, Rural Employment Policy Research Programme

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