- lat·i·fun·di·um (l t -f n d - m). n. pl.
- Latifundia Economics
- nization to explain the emergence and transformation of latifundia economies predominance of large landlord estates, or Latifundia.
- Of Latifundia and Coronéis: Agrarian Structure and Educational
- 1. Of Latifundia and Coronéis: Agrarian Structure and. Educational Inequalities in Brazil.
- PECSRL 2008 23rd Session LANDSCAPES, IDENTITIES AND
- SOLAR LATIFUNDIA IN ANDALUSIA: How solar energy transforms cultural landscapes.
- Parthia and the Fall of the Republic
- Jun 18, 2009 Latifundia, or large farming estates, were also a major factor in the fall of the. Republic.
- H. Brandt Ayers: US of (Latin) America
- What this means for our democratic society is that we are looking more and more like the old Latin American model, the Latifundia — vast estates presided over by baronial families served for generations by obedient armies of peasants.
- Another Tack: The scorpions sting – again
- They fail to understand that our concepts of levelheadedness don't apply in neighboring latifundia. Nobody has any business being the least bit taken aback.
- California's Water Wars
- As I continue across the state toward the Pacific, I pass through the valley's very different, sparsely settled western region, with its vast corporate latifundia.
- Inhuman Bondage: On Slavery, Emancipation and Human Rights
- chose South Carolina, a state governed by a tight-knit planter oligarchy, as a model of Jeffersonian democracy resting on small property ownership, in contrast to the autocratic societies south of the border organized around large latifundia.
- France-Libye: La contre révolution coloniale et ses Vendéens de Benghazi
- les blancs avaient cru la question indienne réglée et, avec elle, la question de la terre et de la réforme agraire, la question des latifundia, d'United Fruits, aujourd'hui rebaptisée, et la question de la propriété en Amazonie et partout ailleurs.
- Latifundium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Latifundia are pieces of property covering very large land areas.
- Large farms that were formed when landowners bought up smaller farms. Most were sheep and cattle ranches, and some grew olives and grapes.
- Latifundia (Hacienda)
- Latifundia are overdimensional pieces of landed property covering tremendous areas. Today, they are only found in Latin America.
- Latifundia | Define Latifundia at Dictionary.com
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