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Letras históricas

versión On-line ISSN 2448-8372versión impresa ISSN 2007-1140

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BARRETO ZAMUDIO, Carlos. The persistence of the sugar hacendados of Morelos state in front of the agrarian distribution, 1920-1930. A case study. Let. hist. [online]. 2019, n.20, pp.91-113. ISSN 2448-8372.  https://doi.org/10.31836/lh.20.7148.

At the end of the Revolution, a series of events took place in the state of Morelos that dismantled the powerful system of sugar haciendas. The hacienda owners sought mechanisms to curb the effects of agrarian distribution on their farms and rebuild the sugar industry. They appealed to the legal route, implementing legal protections, civil lawsuits and requests for compensation. They also used leasing contracts that guaranteed recognition of their ownership of the land and that the land was not declared idle. The article shows examples of this activity at an early stage of agrarian distribution in the east of Morelos: the haciendas of Santa Ana Tenango and Santa Clara Montefalco.

Palabras llave : Haciendas; agrarian distribution; judicial protection; lease; zapatismo.

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