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ACEVEDO ARRIAZA, Nicolás. Autonomy and social movements: Poor Peasants League and the Chilean Left (1935-1942). Izquierdas (Santiago) [online]. 2015, n.23, pp.44-65. ISSN 0718-5049.

The article reviews the formation and dissolution of the League for the Defense of Poor Farmers, the first peasant organization in Chile, nationwide. The text relates weaknesses around the level of dependence and lack of autonomy of the social movement with respect to political parties and state institutions , a trend that was hegemonic in the development of the popular movement between 1932-1973.

Keywords : Peasant movement; Chilean left; Agricultural Union; Agrarian Reform; Smalls Farmers.

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