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Egypt from Nasser to the Present

Egypt from Nasser to the Present   Reference library

Encyclopedia of Human Rights

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2009
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...to government statistics, all the measures involved approximately four thousand families. Indeed, the government's measures removed some obstacles to achieving social justice through agrarian reform, increased taxation, and improved social services, but the results fell far short of the regime's initial promise of a better life for the poor. The long-awaited agrarian reform law of 1952 , which limited property rights, did allow large landowners to retain much of the land they had acquired. The maximum amount of individual property was fixed at 200...

Indigenous Peoples

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Encyclopedia of Human Rights

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...in the national legal system, but just as often governments promote the transfer of communally held indigenous lands to other landholders, a process that began during the colonial period in many countries and intensified during postcolonial times. The breakup of indigenous agrarian communities in the nineteenth century was one of the factors leading to the Mexican Revolution of 1910 . Mapuche communities in southern Chile assertively oppose the concentration of their ancestral lands in private hands, a process actively promoted since the military...

Armenians in the Ottoman Empire

Armenians in the Ottoman Empire   Reference library

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2009
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...Muslims to stand up to the despotic sultan. In their peaceful protests, Armenians asked a fundamental question: can a Christian be the equal of a Muslim in the Ottoman Empire? The Hamidian Era Massacres In 1891 and 1892 Armenian reformers went to Sasun to help the Armenian agrarian community organize resistance to tax extortion. The resistance led to a confrontation in which a few Kurds and Armenians were killed. Shortly thereafter, the sultan ordered nomadic Kurds to invade Sasun and the Armenian villages of the region. When, in the spring of 1894 , the...

China

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...Proletarian Cultural Revolution, during which another million people died. Overall, however, the failure of the Great Leap Forward and the resulting famine helped convince some within the party elite that socialized agriculture was an unworkable and perhaps even utopian policy. Agrarian radicalism continued, but in the wake of the famine it was tempered by a new pragmatism that stressed the absolute importance of ensuring stable and adequate food supplies. Never again would the CCP seek to radically restructure the agricultural sector or mobilize rural labor in...

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