Cover of: How Europe underdeveloped Africa. by Walter Rodney

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An edition of How Europe Underdeveloped Africa (1972)

How Europe underdeveloped Africa.

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Language
English
Pages
288

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Work of political economy, detailing the impact of slavery and colonialism on the history of international capitalism. Rodney makes the unflinching case that African “mal-development” is not a natural feature of geography, but a direct product of imperial extraction from the continent, a practice that continues up into the present.

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Cover of: How Europe underdeveloped Africa
How Europe underdeveloped Africa
1981, Howard University Press
in English - Rev. pbk. ed.
Cover of: How Europe underdeveloped Africa.
How Europe underdeveloped Africa.
1974, Howard University Press
in English

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Washington

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
330.9/6
Library of Congress
HC502 .R633 1974

The Physical Object

Pagination
x, 288 p.
Number of pages
288

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL5439666M
ISBN 10
0882580132
LC Control Number
73088974
Library Thing
173407

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