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Sociedades agrícolas en resistencia. Los pueblos de San Miguel, Santa Cruz y San Pedro, 1878-1883

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Author(s): Porfirio Neri Guarneros

Journal: Historia Crítica
ISSN 0121-1617

Volume: 51;
Start page: 21;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: Indigenous communities | 1878-1883 | right of property | administration of justice | resistance.

ABSTRACT
Agricultural societies in the state of Mexico involved a form of legal resistance used by indigenous communities in the face of liberal individualization policies of communal property, particularly the federal seizure law of June 25, 1956. In this context, some residents of the towns of Santa Cruz and San Miguel created an agricultural association, as did residents from the town of San Pedro, to retain the collective use of their communal goods and acquire some legal capacity. This condition thus allowed indigenous peoples to present writs of amparo to defend "private" rights.
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