Includes bibliographical references (p. )
|Statement||by G. Arrighi.|
|Series||Publications of the Institute of Social Studies., v. 16|
|LC Classifications||HC517.R43 A7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||67027202|
The economic base of Southern Rhodesia before World War II --Political implications of pre-World War II economic base --War and post-war economic development --Changes in the economic base since the second World War --Political implications of the changes in the economic base. The Political Economy of Rhodesia. It is one of the purposes of this article to test the validity of the assumption of an interaction between economic base and superstructure in explaining the historical development of Rhodesia, and in interpreting recent political events there. To this end the economic base of the Rhodesian social system before World War II is analyzed and related to the coexisting set of socio-political . The Political Economy of Rhodesia, Volume 16 Volume 16 of Institute of Social Studies sGravenhage Volume 16 of Publications of the Institute of Social Studies: Series maior Volume 16 of Publications: Series maior, Institute of Social Studies (Netherlands). The Political Economy of Rhodesia, Giovanni Arrighi: Author: Giovanni Arrighi: Edition: illustrated. The political economy of Rhodesia. The Hague: Monton. MLA Citation. Arrighi, Giovanni. The political economy of Rhodesia / By G. Arrighi Monton The Hague Australian/Harvard Citation. Arrighi, Giovanni. , The political economy of Rhodesia / By .
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