A critique of the green revolution in West Pakistan
This paper analyses the distinct features of the “Green Revolution” in the context of Pakistan’s impressive agriculture performance in the 1960s. It points out to the “conflicts, social unrest and tensions’ it generated and draws lesson in the framing of a future agriculture policy.
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