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by Fitzroy; Cohen Robin (eds) Ambursley

  • ISBN: 0435980203
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  • Author: Fitzroy; Cohen Robin (eds) Ambursley
  • Other formats: lrf mobi mbr lrf
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Monthly Review Press (1983)
  • Pages: 288 pages
  • FB2 size: 1865 kb
  • EPUB size: 1856 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
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Crisis in the Caribbean, Fitzroy Ambursley and Robin Cohen. Achievements and contradictions of the Cuban workers' state, Jean-Pierre Beauvais. Jamaica, Fitzroy Ambursley. Nicaragua, Henri Weber with a postscript by Patrick Camiller. Class structure and socialist strategy in El Salvador, James Dunkerly. e, Philippe Alain Blérald. Class formation and class struggle in Suriname, Sandew Hira.

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Paul Kennedy (Manchester) wrote: ‘This book offers a truly impressive and solid compilation of material on labour in the third world.

Eleven original and largely topical chapters, balancing French-, English- and Spanish-speaking territories and probing the relationship with the US or the former metropolitan power. Paul Kennedy (Manchester) wrote: ‘This book offers a truly impressive and solid compilation of material on labour in the third world. is sometimes bewildering, but never fails to stimulate and absorb the reader’ (Journal of Modern African Studies, 19(4) 1981).



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