Editor(s): Saturnino M. Borras Jr, Mark Edelman, Cristobal Kay
Wiley Blackwell, Oxford, 2008, pp. 376
Covers transnational farmer resistance to WTO and other global institutions and high profile global alliances such as the small farmer organization Via Campesina. Case studies include Indonesian forest dwellers chopping down rubber plants to grow rice to eat, and Mexican migrants returning home to transform their communities. Also includes information on early 20th century agrarian movements.
- Log in to post comments
- Google Scholar