Myth and reality of land reform

By Haider Nizamani
….. In sum, the case of redistributive land reform “is a utopian alternative to the painful capitalist transformation in whose throes poor countries are presently to be found. It is an eminently well-intended but reactionary intervention inasmuch as it seeks to recreate a past that has never existed and institute an agrarian structure that contains the seeds of its own destruction.”
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