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LES ÉLITES AGRAIRES PORTUGAISES AU XIX e SIÈCLE : ENTRE GROUPES DE PRESSION ET ASSOCIATIONS

Maria Ana RODRIGUES BERNARDO
Histoire, Économie et Société
Vol. 16, No. 2, LES ASSOCIATIONS ÉCONOMIQUES ET GROUPES DE PRESSION EN EUROPE XIXe-XXe siècles (Avril-Juin 1997), pp. 189-202
Published by: Armand Colin
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23612012
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          SIÈCLE : ENTRE GROUPES DE PRESSION ET ASSOCIATIONS
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Abstract

Avec l'implantation, en 1820, du régime libéral, la question des associations agricoles gagna de l'importance politique et institutionelle. Les projets concernant le sujet furent nombreux, mais l'instabilité gouvernementale rendit difficile leur concretisation. Seulement dans la séconde moité du XIXe siècle ces associations se développèrent. Dans un premier moment furent créées des sociétés agricoles grâce à l'initiative du gouvernement qui en assurait le rôle. Le gouvernement avait pourtant l'intention d'encadrer le secteur agricole dans le nouveau appareil institutionnel et de promovoir sa modernisation. Après, et en conséquence de la crise du secteur céréalier, le mouvement associatif devenit plus indépendant du pouvoir et fonctionna surtout comme la voix des groupes de pression favorables au protectionnisme. Since the establishment of the Liberal Regime in Portugal, the agrarian associations acquired increasing importance both at political and institutional levels. Although there were several projects concerning the establishment and the development of associations, the political instability made difficult to pursue them. Only during the second half of the ninenteenth century the associations obtained full expression. At the beginning of the nineteenth century agricultural societies were created and controlled by the governmen. This was concerned about providing agriculture with a new institutional frame in order to promote its modernisation. Later, as a consequence of the crises which affected the sector, agrarian associations became more independent from the government, and began to be the voice of protectionist lobbies.

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