This book explores the significance and treatment of land reform in Brazil under democratic and authoritarian rule and assesses the overall impact of a measure originally intended to produce social reform.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Land, Tradition, and the Socio-Political Order 3. Presidential Politics and Land Reform 4. The Congressional Debate: Legislative Politics and the Policy Process 5. Political Behavior and the Land Reform Debate 6. The Policy Process and Conservative Modernization