Tribal cohesion in a money economy.


The wealth brought to Northern Rhodesia by the copper mines has transformed the country from a little-known area of bush to a modern and expanding industrial community.This development has affected the lives of the African peoples of the country,and to-day they are fully involved in a money economy.In this book the author examines the effect of the change on the lives of the Mambwe,a cattle-keeping people who live near Lake Tanganyika in the northern part of Northern Rhodesia.

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h/b in nice clean boards,in a printed d/w,marked and soiled with faded spine,chipped with a small amount of loss to the top of the spine,and price-clipped.Size 9×6 pp XX111+246,inc,index,bibliography,b/w plates,various tables.hinges strong.binding good to firm.Some staining and light foxing to prelims and end-papers,and also on the outside edges,but only visible when closed.Otherwise nice and clean and bright throughout.


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