agrarianism

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a·grar·i·an·ism

 (ə-grâr′ē-ə-nĭz′əm)
n.
1. A movement for equitable distribution of land and for agrarian reform.
2. A movement promoting rural life and agriculture as the basis for society.

agrarianism

the doctrine of an equal division of landed property and the advancement of agricultural groups. Also called agrarian reform. — agrarian, adj.
See also: Politics
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agrarianism

[əˈgrɛərɪənɪzəm] Nagrarismo m
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He assigns dire proto-fascist consequences to the 1893 formation of the Junker-dominated Agrarian League.
When I went there to film, I discovered that most of the peasants working the land there today were the children of the peasants who had formed the Agrarian Leagues during Stroessner's dictatorship - many of whom had been persecuted, tortured and killed.
Under Stroessner there had been a development of "agrarian leagues," which were another form of basic Christian community, founded on biblical teaching, communal sharing and cooperative labor in support of the poor.