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land reform

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Definition of land reform in English:

noun

[mass noun]
The statutory division of agricultural land and its reallocation to landless people: the mild proposals of land reform [count noun]: land reforms in Taiwan
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  • The question is, how are they to unite the whole people around a programme of land reform instituted only in Caroni?
  • With promised international backing, a coherent and sustainable programme of land reform could alleviate rural poverty.
  • It has thus drawn the controversial draft charter on black empowerment in the agricultural sector to try and expedite land reform.

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