La estructura agraria en México


This work presents an analysis of the social classes, their characteristic elements and their spatial distribution in the Mexican agrarian field, based in the different layers that form them, and that have specific functions within the production relations. The social classes here considered, determine the mechanism of appropiation of unearned increment generated by the subordinate layers. These explotation and appropriation systems have through the times, an evolution which characterizes them depending of the historical moment, and in accordance with the prevailing production ways. In this study, it is considered that the present problem of the social classes should be placed in the theoretical frame that distinguishes the degree of development of capitalism in the Mexican agriculture, because it in turn determines the degree of disadjustment of the traditional rural people in the capitalist society

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