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The Political Economy of West African Agriculture (Cambridge Studies in Social and Cultural Anthropology)


Publisher:Cambridge University Press



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Paperback. Pub Date: May. 1982 Pages: 256 Publisher: Camidge. University Press West Africa's withagriculture has for 150 years. Been HEAVILY geared Toward export yet The Region is one of the world's poorest. Keith Hart examines this Question. Focusing particularly on how this situation has affected the indigenous peoples of West Africa. Commerce has grown impressively. but productivity remains low and capital accumulation is retarded. The reasons exist primarily in internal conditions shaping social institutions. Before. during. and since colonialism. the particular problems of these preindustrial states have shaped agricultural development more than the pressure supposedly emanating from the 'world system' of international capitalism. This book. following the classical economists as well as Marx and Lenin. argues for the necessity of rapid capitalist penetration into West A...

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