land reformland reform
The definition of land reform is the breaking up of large pieces of agricultural land to be given to small farmers.
An example of land reform is the Lancaster House Agreement in Zimbabwe.
the redistribution of agricultural land by breaking up large landholdings and apportioning shares to small farmers, peasants, etc.
Measures, such as the division of large properties into smaller ones, that are taken to bring about a more equitable apportionment of agricultural land.