A Colonial Economy in Crisis: Burma's Rice Cultivators and by Ian Brown PDF

By Ian Brown

ISBN-10: 0415305802

ISBN-13: 9780415305808

The booklet demanding situations the orthodox argument that rural populations which deserted self-sufficiency to turn into unmarried commodity manufacturers, and have been supposedly very liable to the commodity cost cave in of the Nineteen Thirties melancholy, didn't undergo up to has been meant. It indicates how the results of the melancholy have been advanced, various among areas, among other forms of financial actors, and through the years, and indicates how the 'victims' of the melancholy weren't passive, operating imaginatively to mitigate their circumstances.

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