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Author: Álvarez Rey, Leandro
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Historia Contemporánea
Date: 2007
Published in: Carel, 5, 2197-2245.
Document type: Article
Abstract: Con la aprobación en la Segunda República de la Ley de Reforma Agraria se pretendió solucionar una de las cuestiones más sangrantes de la dura realidad social de la España de los años treinta: el injusto reparto de la propiedad de la tierra. Andaluc...
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With the approval of the Land Reform Law, the 2nd Republic intended to solve one of the most rankling matters of Spain’s harsh reality during the 30`s: the unjust distribution of landownership. A priori Andalusia and provinces like Seville should have been most benefited by the Reformation, but it stumbled with uncountable bureaucratic problems as well as with the stubborn opposition of the owners that were dispossessed of their lands. This paper analyses the incidents that took place in Carmona when peasants occupied the estate of the House of Alba, rented by Luís Alarcón de la Lastra -the strongman of the employers organisation and future secretary of Franco. The estate, “Las Arroyuelas”, was expropiated in 1933 by the Instituto de Reforma Agraria, the process being well known due to the abundant documentation conserved within the private archive of Manuel Gimenez Fernández, secretary of agriculture of CEDA between October 1934 and early 1935.
Cite: Álvarez Rey, L. (2007). Reforma y contrarreforma agraria durante la Segunda República (1931-1936). Carel, 5, 2197-2245.
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