Agrarian Reform in the Pampa

  • R. F. Watters


The Pampa de Anta was in the national spotlight as one of the first Sierra regions to experience the effects of the sweeping new agrarian reform. This area of a dangerously volatile peasantry became something of a showcase. Even in the 1960s part of the infrastructure for agrarian reform had been laid in the Pampa: an aerial photo and a cadastral survey had been completed and a socio-economic survey carried out. In August 1968, two months before the military junta headed by General Velasco swept Belaúnde from power and initiated the Peruvian Revolution, a group of engineers and topographers from Lima travelled to the Pampa de Anta.


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© R. F. Watters 1994

Authors and Affiliations

  • R. F. Watters
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  1. 1.Victoria University of WellingtonNew Zealand

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