Labour Migration in a Rural Economy.

The great majority of the tribes which export labour to the sisal plantations,the tea and coffee estates,the farms,the mines or the towns of Tanganyika are poverty- stricken.In general the men who go out to work in relativly low-paid employment in agricultural enterprises just manage to maintain this low standard of living but hardly succeed in raising it.This is an in-depth study of the tribal people who have no choice but to leave their homelands in order to maintain their families.

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Limp printed card covers.in v/g condition.Size 9×6 pp 10+48,inc,bibliography,appendix,tables,page maps,no plates text only.Hinges strong.Binding tight(suggest unread).Internaly clean and bright throughout.a v/g copy of an interesting book.

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