TITLE

Chapter 20: The Plantation System and the Penetration of International Capitalism

AUTHOR(S)
Levit, Kari
PUB. DATE
November 2000
SOURCE
George Beckford Papers;2000, p239
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter 20 of the book "The George Beckford Papers" is presented. It explores the plantation system in the Caribbean area and the effect on the region as part of international capitalism. It looks at the position of the Caribbean in the international system as the society that has labor mobility. It also highlights the involvement of the race aspect in creating theoretical frameworks for the analysis of the Caribbean society.
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34073030

 

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