English | ASIN: B0B1RYZLGV | 2022 | 24 hours and 50 minutes | MP3 | M4B | 682 MB
A definitive history of ideas about land redistribution, allied political movements, and their varied consequences around the world. Jo Guldi tells the story of a global struggle to bring food, water, and shelter to all. Land is shown to be a central motor of politics in the twentieth century: the basis of movements for giving reparations to formerly colonized people, protests to limit the rent paid by urban tenants, intellectual battles among development analysts, and the capture of land by squatters taking matters into their own hands.
The book describes the results of state-engineered "land reform" policies, beginning in Ireland in 1881 until US-led interests and the World Bank effectively killed them off in 1974. The Long Land War provides a definitive narrative of land redistribution alongside an unflinching critique of its failures, set against the background of the rise and fall of nationalism, communism, internationalism, information technology, and free-market economics. In considering how we could make the earth livable for all, she works out the important relationship between property ownership and justice on a changing planet.
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