Land reform in the making

tradition, public policy and ideology in Botswana
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R. Collings , London
Land reform -- Botswana., Agriculture and state -- Botswana., Land tenure -- Bots
Statementedited by Richard P. Werbner.
ContributionsWerbner, Richard P.
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 162 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22160189M

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Land Reform in the Making: Tradition, Public Policy and Ideology in Botswana. Richard P.

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Meaning of Land Reforms 2. Objectives of Land Reforms 3. Measures 4. Overall Appraisal 5. Impact. Meaning of Land Reforms: Land reform is a broad term.

It refers to an institutional measure directed towards altering the existing pattern of ownership, tenancy and management of land. Key Terms in this Chapter.

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