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LAND REFORM-Failure Even in Kerala

LAND REFORM Failure Even in Kerala (By a Special Correspondent) THE essential content of agrarian reforms is the confiscation of the land of the landlord class for distribution to the landless and poor peasants. It entails the abolition of the landlords as a class and the transformation of the age-old structure into a system of peasant ownership, essentially a transformation towards capitalism. The aim of this revolutionary anti-feudalist process is to set free the productive forces in rural society, to develop agricultural production and thus make rapid economic development of society possible.

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