White Farms, Black Labour. The State and Agrarian Change in South Africa, 1910–1950

£17.00

Throughout Southern Africa the rapid growth of commercial agriculture during the inter-war years owed more to state intervention than to market foces.For South Africa,in particular,this expansion led to distortion in the labour market,in the local and export produce markets,and ultimately in the economy overall.Trapped in an exploitative system,regulated by white politicians for the white farmers who supported them,black workers and their families paid the highest prices.This is a very important,and serious study.

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H/b in v/g smart boards,in a illustrated d/w in fine condition.Size 9×6 pp 14+34,inc,index,notes to text,various tables,page maps,graphs,reproduced photographic plates.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread) Internally clean and bright throughout. Note. This is a very high-class book in fine–fine clean as new condition.

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