During the 20th century, two revolutions swept rural Mexico: the Mexican Revolution and the Green Revolution. This book examines the history of Mexican agronomy and agronomists to shed new light on the role of science in the Mexican Revolution, the origins of the worldwide Green Revolution, and general issues about the nature of the professions, the impact of professionals' ties to politics and the state, and discourses between members of Mexico's urban middle class and peasantry.Agronomy and Revolution in Mexico, 1880-2002 Joseph Cotter. Calvino, Mario. ... Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1979. Carpio, Manuel. ... Manual de producciA³n de arroz de temporal en el Estado de Veracruz. Veracruz: Campoanbsp;...
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