Persistent Poverty: Underdevelopment in Plantation Economies of the Third World. Front Cover. George L. Beckford. Zed Books, Jan 1, – Education – Persistent Poverty. Underdevelopment in Plantation Economies of the Third World. Author: George L. Beckford. ISBN: Pages and. Persistent Poverty: Underdevelopment in Plantation Economies of the Third World New York: Oxford University Press, George L. Beckford.
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You are claiming these items, please select your author name in each record. Chapter 7 draws on earlier conclusions to explain how the plantation influence contributes to persistent Underdevelopment, showing that the economic, social, and political environment creates formidable Underdevelopment biases which cannot be bfckford without breaking up the plantation system.
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If you want to include your highlights and annotations you must: Geographic Entities see more detailsbeginning with European colonization of the Povety World up to the present time. Please only use this feature poverfy you are author of these publications: Chapter 1 describes the plantation system, identifies countries which are plantation economies and considers the impact of plantations on peasant activity there. Account Options Sign in. Underdevelopment in plantation economies of the Third World.
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