Poor farmers who sharecrop
cannot afford to pay upfront rents, use of which has become increasingly common across agricultural zones of rural Pakistan.
Moreover, 28% of plots under owner-managers fall within the 6-10 hectare bracket, while it was 10% for lease-managed systems and 4% for sharecrop
Many women do not have land and of those that are lucky enough to have access, 70 percent must sharecrop
In "Independence Meal," she writes, "Yes, the new sharecrop
/ Is the flesh and bones / Behind the cell block / And the Wackenhut corpa-prison sits right on an old plantation / Birthed right over the slave graves in that soil / An African mother / its step-father is Reaganomics / A barren corporate heiress delivering a lineage of toxins.
It includes not only selections from the inspiring but oft-told story of how American blacks emerged, first from slavery, then from sharecrop
peonage, finally from the shadows of Jim Crow into full legal citizenship, but also readings from the women's, Hispanic American, Asian American, and gay rights movements.
In a 1987 letter ruling, the IRS denied deferral of income from a price-later contract that was executed by a sharecrop