Peasantry, Capitalism and State

Peasantry, Capitalism and State

The Political Economy of Agrarian Societies

eBook - 2013
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In large parts of the developing world, peasant to industrial worker and rural to urban transition is a huge question mark on the face of the political economies of these societies. In India alone, nearly seventy percent of its 1.2 billion population lives in rural areas dependent on agriculture and allied activities. Though the context is different, the magnitude of the transition is similar in present day China. In many parts of Latin America and Africa, this transition is incomplete. Rural ...
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne :, Cambridge Scholars Publishing,, 2013
ISBN: 9781443866491
1443866490
1443844241
9781443844246
Characteristics: 1 online resource (90 pages)

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