And in agrarian Justice, he proposed taxing the landed rich to provide grants to young people and pensions to the elderly.
This policy would have put Roosevelt in the same general category of agrarian reform as Stalin and Mao Tse-tung.
Did not Cicero's divine eloquence appear more popular than the agrarian law he attacked?
The movement is politically nearly as strong in the agrarian districts as elsewhere.
He was one of the promoters of the agrarian association in Turin, and took an active part in the rising of 1848.
He was an agrarian, who wanted every man desirous to own a farm to have one.
Thus, though many of the burgesses may till the soil, the borough community is not an agrarian community.
The agrarian question was regarded generally as one of the most urgent.
An agrarian law, proposed by the tribune, C. Flaminius—whose name savours of the firebrand—was the cause of the outbreak.
But I trust your Christian principles are not about to make an agrarian of you?
1610s, "relating to the land," from Middle French loy agrarienne "agrarian law," from Latin Lex agraria, the Roman law for the division of conquered lands, from agrarius "of the land," from ager (genitive agri) "a field," from PIE *agro- (cf. Greek agros "field," Gothic akrs, Old English æcer "field;" see acre). Meaning "having to do with cultivated land" first recorded 1792.