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The Ecology of Oil: Environment, Labor and the Mexican Revolution 1900-1938

The Ecology of Oil: Environment, Labor and the Mexican Revolution 1900-1938

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Author: Myrna I. Santiago

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Description: Hardcover with dust jacket. 411 pages.

Date: 2006

Condition: Looks unused and unread.

Dust Jacket: Some light shelf wear and scuffing.

Contents: This book is an exploration of the social and environmental consequences of oil extraction in the tropical rainforest. Using northern Veracruz as a case study, the author argues that oil production generated major historical and environmental transformations in land tenure systems and uses, and social organization. Indexed.
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