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This book attempts to place in historical perspective the evolution of Chilean rural society from its foundation in the sixteenth century to 1975 and especially to explain the unusual result of accelerated economic growth after 1860. The study is placed in the broader context of general Chilean development and the rise of the Atlantic market. Professor Bauer also points out the connections and similarities between the Chilean case and other areas peripheral to the expanding world economy. Chapters are devoted to markets, prices and credit, but the main part of the book is concerned with the social and political impact of economic expansion on rural workers and the land-owning classes. A detailed explanation of agrarian structure and the position and importance of landlord and peon within national development is essential for an understanding of modern Latin America. This book is a contribution to that understanding and people interested in other times and places will find in the experience of Chile an instructive contrast in the larger pattern on modern history.
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- Date Published: December 2008
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9780521101752
- length: 288 pages
- dimensions: 216 x 140 x 16 mm
- weight: 0.37kg
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
1. Rural settlement and agrarian society to the early nineteenth century
2. Town and country in 1850
3. Economic expansion: the impact of the Atlantic economy
4. Capital, credit and technology in the rural economy
5. Agriculture, tenure patterns and agrarian structure
6. Lower rural society from 1850 to 1930
7. Landowners in Chilean society
8. Santiago and the countryside 1910
9. Conclusion and epilogue
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