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Japan's Emergence as a Modern State: Political and Economic Problems of the Meiji Period, 60th Anniversary Edition    
by:  E. Herbert Norman




This photo, one of Norman's last, was taken in his Cairo office in 1957, shortly before his death.


Originally published in 1940 by the Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR), this classic work by a leading 20th-century Japanologist has an enduring value. Japan's Emergence as a Modern State examines the problems and accomplishments of the Meiji period (1868-1912).This edition includes forewords by: R. Gordon Robertson, a former member of the Canadian Department of External Affairs; Len Edwards, the present Canadian ambassador to Japan; and William L. Holland, former secretary-general of the IPR; as well as a preface and introduction by Lawrence Woods. Also included are 10 short essays by leading Canadian, Japanese, and American scholars of Japanese politics, history, and economics,

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Innocence is Not Enough: Life and Death of Herbert Norman    
by:  Roger Bowen

Herbert Norman became a diplomat by virtue of his knowledge and scholarship on Japan. While several of his scholarly publications became well known, and his work Japan's Emergence as a Modern State was for many years considered a classic, a good many more of his writings have never been published.

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Among those signing the memorial scroll were (from the right) Iwamura Shinobu, Matsukata Saburo, Maruyama Masao, Iwanami Yujiro, Yoshino Genzaburo, and Okubo Genji.


Innocence is not enough: the life and death of Herbert Norman
Roger Bowen
M.E. Sharpe, 1988

ISBN    0873324765, 9780873324762

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18th Century Japan: Culture and Society    [ edit title ]
by:  C. Andrew Gerstle

The period of Japanese history before the advent of industrialisation and modernism is of tremendous interest. The essays in this collection show a fascination with the social context behind the development of aesthetics, drama, language, art and philosophy, whether it be the world of the pleasure quarters or the Shogun's court.

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Politics in the Tokugawa bakufu, 1600-1843
Harvard East Asian series
East Asian Monographs
Politics in the Tokugawa Bakufu, 1600-1843, Conrad D. Totman
by Conrad D. Totman
Harvard University Press, 1967

Abe Masahiro acquired administrative advisors affairs appointed assigned attached elder bakufu leader bakufu officials basic rank stipend bugyo castle century chamber chief councillor clique leader court daikan developed doshin duty Echizen Edo period Exterior fiefs finance fudai Fujino functions gashira grand chamberlain guard hatamoto heir hereditary Hidetada Honda Hoshina Masayuki Hotta Hotta Masayoshi house land Iemitsu Ienari Ieyasu income inspectors intendants Japan kanjo Kanto Kinai Kitajima kobushin koku kokudaka Kurita Kyoto later liege vassals lords mansions Matsudaira medium vassal daimyo Middle Interior Mikami Mikawa military Mito Mizuno Mizuno Tadakuni Nihon rekishi Osaka Owari position posts provinces putative yield rear vassals reform related daimyo retainers roju role Sadanobu Sakai Sakai Tadakiyo sankin kotai Sekigahara senior councillor shogun shogunal household status subordinate Sumpu superintendents Tanuma Three Houses Toku Tokugawa bakufu Tokugawa house Tokyo tsukiban Tsunayoshi vassal daimyo vassal daimyo officials village warriors Yanagisawa yoriki Yoshimune



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Rethinking Marxism: From Kant and Hegel to Marx and Engels (Critical Realism: Interventions)

by:  Jolyon Agar

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Rethinking Marxism: from Kant and Hegel to Marx and Engels
Routledge Studies in Critical Realism
Critical realism--interventions
Critical realism
Jolyon Agar

Routledge, 2006
ISBN 0415409985, 9780415409988
225pages


Utopianism and Marxism (Ralahine Utopian Studies)
by:  Geoghegan Vincent

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First published in 1987, Vincent Geoghegan's work sees utopiansim as both valuable and widespread, issuing forth in a host of forms, from the classical utopia and political ideology to fashion and architecture. In an original and surprising argument he shows that Marxism has been unable to do without a utopian dimension, but for various reasons - and with baleful consequences - it has often resisted acknowledging this fact. Clear and graceful in style, the book provides a jargon-free account of the evolution if modern Marxism.
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Chinese Dialectics: From Yijing to Marxism
by:  Chenshan Tian

The history of Chinese Marxist thought is intimately intertwined with ancient autochthonous philosophical texts. In Chinese Dialectics the complete intellectual history of Chinese Marxism is laid bare.

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Freedom Not Yet: Liberation and the Next World Order
Kenneth Surin

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The neoliberal project in the West has created an increasingly polarized and impoverished world, to the point that the vast majority of its citizens require liberation from their present socioeconomic circumstances. The Marxist theorist Kenneth Surin contends that innovation and change at the level of the political must occur in order to achieve this liberation, and for this endeavor Marxist theory and philosophy are indispensable. In Freedom Not Yet, Surin analyzes the nature of our current global economic system, particularly with regard to the plight of less-developed countries, and he discusses the possibilities of creating new political subjects necessary to establish and sustain a liberated world. Surin begins by examining the current regime of accumulation--the global domination of financial markets over traditional industrial economies--which is used as an instrument for the subordination and dependency of poorer nations. He then moves to the constitution of subjectivity, or the way humans are produced as social beings, which he casts as the key arena in which struggles against dispossession occur. Surin critically engages with the major philosophical positions that have been suggested as models of liberation, including Derrida's notion of reciprocity between a subject and its other, a reinvigorated militancy in political reorientation based on Badiou and Zizek, the nomad politics of Deleuze and Guttari, and the politics of the multitude suggested by Hardt and Negri. Finally, Surin specifies the material conditions needed for liberation from the economic, political, and social failures of our current system. Seeking to illuminate a route to a better life for the world's poorer populations, Surin investigates the philosophical possibilities for a Marxist or neo-Marxist concept of liberation from capitalist exploitation and the regimes of power that support it.
  
  
  

 
 
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C91-097.12/R114
Race, class, and the world system : the sociology of Oliver C. Cox
Hunter, Herbert M.





1987

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D771.224/C696
The rainbow challenge : the Jackson campaign and the future of U.S. politics
Collins, Sheila D.





1986

F171.24/M271
Stagnation and the financial explosion
Magdoff, Harry.





1987

I381.151/T847/B
Soul in exile : lives of a Palestinian revolutionary
Turki, Fawaz, 1940-





1988

F119.53/In7
Instability and change in the world economy
MacEwan, Arthur.





1989


#42  


#43  

G219.7120/Ar67
The press and the cold war
Aronson, James





1990

#44  

D18/F989
The Future of Socialism : perspectives from the left
Tabb, William K.


1990


#37  

D773.02/H191
The socialist option in Central America : two reassessments
Handal, Shafik Jorge





1993


#39  

D751.72/M334
Missing Marx : a personal and political journal of a year in East Germany, 1989-1990
Marcuse, Peter.

29  

D773.01/N42
The new politics of survival : grassroots movements in Central America
Nash, June C., 1927-





1995

#30  

F757.3002/F875
Free trade and economic restructuring in Latin America : a NACLA reader
Rosen, Fred, 1942-





1995

#31  

F279.711.6/P182

F119.5/Am54r
Re-reading the postwar period : an intellectual itinerary
Amin, Samir.




62  

D501/T687
Transition and development : problems of Third World socialism
Fagen, Richard R.


1986

#63  

F038/F814
The theory of monopoly capitalism : an elaboration of Marxian political economy
Foster, John Bellamy.





1986

#64  

D871.20/M227
Reagan and the world : imperial policy in the new Cold War
McMahan, Jeff.





1985

#69  

F817.127/T112
The long default : New York City and the urban fiscal crisis
Tabb, William K.





1982

#70  

F831.6/P291w
The World Bank : a critical analysis
Payer, Cheryl, 1940-





1982

#73  

D751.31/Si64
The road to Gdansk : Poland and the U.S.S.R
Singer, Daniel, 1926-





1981

#74  

D815.2/P946
Protest and survive
Thompson, E. P. (Edward Palmer), 1924-





1981

#75  

D742.522/R312
The long transition : building socialism in Tanzania
Resnick, Idrian N.






K512.51/Sw36
Post-revolutionary society : essays
Sweezy, Paul Marlor, 1910-





1980

D771.262/J599
Wasi'chu : the continuing Indian wars
Johansen, Bruce E. (Bruce Elliott), 1950-





1979


#98  

K103/C145
Humanity and society : a world history
Cameron, Kenneth Neill.





1977

#99  

A81/D791 (v.1, pt.1)
Karl Marx's theory of revolution
Draper, Hal.


1977

#100  

D733.58/H544
Cambodia : starvation and revolution
Hildebrand, George C.





1976

104  

F171.242/St34
Maturity and stagnation in American capitalism
Steindl, Josef.





1976

#105  

F135.1/L166
Studies on India and Vietnam
Lamb, Helen Boyden.





1976

#106  

F131.243/B835
Socialist Korea : a case study in the strategy of economic development
Brun, Ellen.





1976

D742.6/M31/1976
Politics and class formation in Uganda
Mamdani, Mahmood, 1946-





1976



#114  

D778.4/P446
The United States and Chile : imperialism and the overthrow of the Allende government
Petras, James F., 1937-





1975

F437.062/St74
Middle East oil and the energy crisis
Stork, Joe.





1975

124  

D775.51/L586
Notes on the Puerto Rican revolution : an essay on American dominance and Caribbean resistance
Lewis, Gordon K.





1974

128  

K837.1162/B465g
The scalpel, the sword : the story of Dr. Norman Bethune
Gordon, Sydney.





1973

#129  

F131.30/H155
Japanese imperialism today : "co-prosperity in greater East Asia"
Halliday, Jon.





1973

133  

D771.212/L566
Lessons from the damned; class struggle in the Black community
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Imperialism and unequal development
Samir Amin
Monthly Review Press, 1977
ISBN 0853454183, 9780853454182
267pages  




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Criticism of Microeconomics  19
  
Capitalism and Ground Rent  37
  
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Imperialism and unequal development
Samir Amin
Monthly Review Press, 1977
ISBN 0853454183, 9780853454182
267pages  



Lumpenbourgeoisie: lumpendevelopment: dependence, class, and politics in Latin America

Modern Reader, Pb-285
Modern reader paperbacks
Andre Gunder Frank
Monthly Review Press, 1974


Mea Culpa  1

Introductory Summary  13
  
Nationalism Versus Free Trade  51
  
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Marxism and moral concepts
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Introduction  3
  
Value as Prescriptive  12
  
Value as Both Descriptive and Prescriptive  19
  
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Socialism in Cuba
Leo Huberman, Paul Marlor Sweezy

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This classic collection of essays by E.P. Thompson, one of England’s most renowned socialist voices, remains a staple text in the history of Marxist theory. The bulk of the book is dedicated to Thompson’s famous polemic against Louis Althusser and what he considers the reductionism and authoritarianism of Althusserian structuralism. In lively and erudite prose, Thompson argues for a self-critical and unapologetically humanist Marxist tradition. Also included are three essays of considerable importance to the development of the New Left. Called “essential reading for American radicals” by The Nation, this book is one no serious socialist can afford to be without.


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名称 Moscow Under Lenin
作者 Alfred Rosmer
译者: Ian H. Birchall
投稿人 Tamara Deutscher
出版商 Monthly Review Press, 1973
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Unequal exchange: a study of the imperialism of trade
Arghiri Emmanuel

Monthly Review Press, 1972 - 453  

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The Growth of the Modern West Indies [Paperback]
Gordon K. Lewis  
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When The Growth of the Modern West Indies appeared in the late 1960s, it was among the first publications to provide a comprehensive view of the British Caribbean, including Bermuda, the Bahamas and the small Leeward and Windward islands. The book covers the crucial inter-war years from the 1920s to the period of the 1960s and provides an in-depth analysis of the forces that contributed to the shaping of West Indian society. Among the most outstanding features of the book is Lewis s use of a wide variety of written sources including recently published monographs, articles in obscure places and an array of newspapers from almost all the islands discussed in the study. However, it was Lewis s extensive travels across the entire region and the insights he gained from interviews and discussions with persons in both high and low places that account for the breath and the depth of his analysis. First published in 1968, The Growth of the Modern West Indies was welcomed as being nothing short of brilliant and in the following three decades, established itself as the standard text for the study of the English-speaking Caribbean. A number of similar book have since appeared, extending the survey of Caribbean post-independence society to the present; however, few have equalled, much less surpassed The Growth of the Modern West Indies in its clever combination of political biography and social history or in the sheer brilliance of Lewis s intellectual and in-depth analysis. Franklin Knight s Introduction to this new edition underscores the continuing relevance and value of this text for students of Caribbean history and for anyone interested in understanding the dynamics of present-day Caribbean societies.

The formation of the economic thought of Karl Marx, 1843 to Capital
Ernest Mandel

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Puerto Rico: freedom and power in the Caribbean
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Laurier: a study in canadian politics
Paperback: 184 pages
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A learner in China: a life of Rewi Alley
Willis Thomas Goodwin Airey
Caxton Press and the Monthly Review Society, 1970

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Rewi Alley, 路易•艾黎, Lùyì Àilí, QSO, (2 December 1897 - 27 December 1987), was a New Zealand-born writer, educator, social reformer, potter, and member of the Communist Party of China.

Rewi Alley was a prolific western writer about 20th century China, and especially about the Communist revolution. He dedicated 60 years of his life to the cause of the Communist Party of China, and was a key figure in the establishment of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, and technical training schools, including the Peili Vocational Institute in Beijing.

Contents [hide]
1 Early life and influences
2 After the Communist victory
3 Memorial at Springfield
4 Private life
5 Works
5.1 Poetry
5.2 Other works
6 Notes
7 References
8 External links
9 See also

[edit] Early life and influencesRewi was born in the small town of Springfield in inland Canterbury, New Zealand. He was named after Rewi Maniapoto, a Māori chief famous for his resistance to the British military during the New Zealand Wars of the 1860s. Alley's father was a teacher, and Rewi attended primary school at Amberley; then Wharenui School in Christchurch, where his father was appointed headmaster in 1905; and finally Christchurch Boys' High School. His mother, Clara, was a leader of the New Zealand women's suffrage movement.

The parents' keen interest in social reform and education influenced all their children:

brother Geoffrey (1903-1986) became an All Black and worked as a travelling WEA (Workers' Educational Association) tutor sponsored by the Carnegie Foundation, before becoming New Zealand's first National Librarian in 1964;[1]
sister Gwendolen (1894–1988) was a pioneer in primary school education practices, and first president of the New Zealand Federation;[2]
younger sister Joyce (1908-2000) became a prominent nursing administrator; and
brother Philip (1901-1978) was a lecturer at the engineering school of the University of Canterbury. He is credited with the idea of moving the university campus from central Christchurch to the suburb of Ilam.[3]
In 1916 Alley joined the New Zealand Army and was sent to serve in France. While there he met some Chinese men who had been sent to work for the Allied Armies. During the war he was injured and caught in no man's land. Lyall McCallum and another man rescued him and took him back to safety. After the war, Alley tried farming in New Zealand. In 1927 he decided to go to China. He moved to Shanghai with thoughts of joining the Shanghai Municipal Police, but instead he became a fireman. During this period he gradually became aware of the poverty in the Chinese community and the racism in the Western communities. His politics turned from fairly conventional right-wing pro-Empire sentiments to thoughts of social reform. In particular, a famine in 1929 made him aware of the plight of China's peasants. Using his holidays and taking time off work, Alley toured rural China helping with relief efforts. He adopted a 14-year-old Chinese boy , Duan Si Mou, in 1929, whom he named Alan. He also adopted another Chinese boy, Li Xue, whom he named Mike.

After a brief visit to New Zealand, where Alan experienced public racism, Alley became Chief Factory Inspector for the Shanghai Municipal Council in 1932. By this time he was a secret member of the Communist Party of China and was involved in anti-criminal activities on behalf of the Party. At one time he was given the job of washing the blood off criminals' money confisticated by the Red Army in raids. He adopted another Chinese son, Mike, in 1932. After the outbreak of war with Japan in 1937, Alley set up the Chinese Industrial Cooperatives. He also set up schools, calling them Bailie Schools after his American friend Joseph Bailie. Edgar Snow wrote of Alley's work in CIC: "Where Lawrence brought to the Arabs the distinctive technique of guerilla war, Alley was to bring China the constructive technique of guerilla industry...." [4] In 1945, he became headmaster of the Shandan Bailie School following the death of George Hogg.[1]

[edit] After the Communist victoryFollowing the Communist victory over the Nationalists in 1949 Alley was urged to remain in China and work for the Communist Party of China. He produced many works praising the Party and the government of the People's Republic of China, including Yo Banfa!, Man Against Flood and China's Hinterland in the Great Leap Forward. Some of his published works have historic interest. Alley remained unaware of China's problems, or at least he was uninterested in criticizing the Party. He never mentioned the deaths of tens of millions of Chinese peasants from famine during the Great Leap Forward. This was reflected in his increasing isolation from the mass of China's population as he lived in a special neighborhood and was specially looked after by the Party. Indeed one of his main problems was coping with his increased obesity in this period. Although imprisoned and "struggled with" during the Cultural Revolution, Alley remained committed to communism and bore no grudges.[citation needed]

In 1973 New Zealand civil servant Gerald Hensley and the new New Zealand Ambassador to China, Bryce Harland, called on Alley.[5] He was in his seventies, a bald, pink-faced man with bright blue eyes, and an inexhaustible flow of conversation. We sat and talked for most of an afternoon, with Rewi occasionally jumping up to fetch a book or check a point. He had, he said, lost the best of two libraries, once to the Japanese and again to the Red Guards, who had thrown out his collections and torn up his pictures in front of him. He was still bitter over their behaviour. He was living in the old Italian Legation which had been converted into flats for the leading foreign friends, which were allocated on the bleak basis of seniority. On the death of the previous occupant Anna Louise Strong, Rewi moved downstairs into the best front apartment and everyone else moved on one place.

Unlike most of the friends of the Communist Party of China who remained in Beijing, Alley had little trouble travelling around the world, usually lecturing on the need for nuclear disarmament. The New Zealand government did not strip Alley of his passport and remained proud of his ties to important Party leaders. In the 1950s he was offered a knighthood but turned the honour down.[6]

His house in Beijing is now the offices of the Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries.

[edit] Memorial at SpringfieldAn extensive memorial to Rewi Alley has been erected at Springfield, Canterbury, New Zealand. It contains a large stone carving and a number of panels giving details of his life.

[edit] Private lifeAnne-Marie Brady in Friend of China claims that Rewi Alley was a practicing homosexual. This is highly controversial, with people who knew him well saying they would have noticed.[7]

[edit] Works[edit] PoetryPeace Through the Ages, Translations from the Poets of China, 1954
The People Speak Out: Translations Of Poems And Songs Of The People Of China, 1954
Fragments of Living Peking and Other Poems, 1955
The Mistake, 1956
Beyond the Withered Oak Ten Thousand Saplings Grow, 1957
Human China, 1957
Journey to Outer Mongolia: A Diary with Poems, 1957
The People Sing, 1958
Poems of Revolt, 1962
Tu Fu: Selected Poems, 1962
Not a Dog,1962
The Eighteen Laments, 1963
Poems of Protest, 1968
POEMS FOR AOTEAROA, 1972 (collection)
Over China's Hills of Blue: Unpublished Poems and New Poems, 1974
Today and Tomorrow, 1975
Snow over the Pines, 1977
The Freshening Breeze, 1977
Li Pai:200 Selected Poems, 1980
Folk Poems from China's Minorities, 1982
Pai Chu-i:Selected Poems, 1983
Light and Shadow along a Great Road - An Anthology of Modern Chinese Poetry, 1984; ISBN 0-8351-1516-X
In Southeast Asia Today, the United States, Vietnam, China
Upsurge, Asia and the Pacific
What Is Sin?
Who Is the Enemy
Winds of Change
[edit] Other worksA Highway, and an Old Chinese Doctor: A Story of Travel through Unoccupied China during the War of Resistance, and Some Notes on Chinese Medicine
Gung Ho, 1948
Leaves from a Sandan Notebook, 1950
Yo Banfa! (We Have a Way!), 1952
The People Have Strength, 1954/1957
Buffalo Boys of Viet-Nam, 1956
Land of the Morning Calm: A Diary of Summer Days in Korea, 1956
Man Against Flood - A Story of the 1954 Flood on the Yangtse and of the Reconstruction That Followed It, 1956
Spring in Vietnam. A Diary of a Journey, 1956
Children of the Dawn, Stories of Asian Peasant Children, 1957
Peking Opera: An Introduction Through Pictures by Eva Siao and Text by Rewi Alley, 1957
Stories out of China, 1958
Sandan: An Adventure in Creative Education, 1959; Reprint ISBN 99912-0-016-9
China's Hinterland - in the Great Leap Forward, 1961
Land and Folk in Kiangsi - a Chinese Province in 1961, 1962
Amongst Hills and Streams of Hunan, 1963
Our Seven - Their Five - A Fragment from the Story of Gung Ho, 1963
For the Children of the Whole World, 1966
Chinese Children, 1972
Taiwan: A Background Study, 1972/1976
Prisoners: Shanghai 1936, 1973
The Rebels, 1973
Travels in China: 1966-71, 1973
Refugees from Viet Nam in China, 1980
Six Americans in China, 1985
At 90: Memoirs of my China Years, 1986
Rewi Alley, An Autobiography, 1987; ISBN 0-477-01350-3
Fruition: The Story of George Alwin Hogg
The Influence of the Thought of Mao Tse-tung
The Mistake
Towards a People's Japan: Account of a Journey to Tokyo and speech given by Rewi Alley
Oceania: An outline for Study, 1969 (1st ed); 1971 (2nd ed)
[edit] Notes^ McEldowney, W. J. (2006). Geoffrey Alley, Librarian: His Life & Work. http://www.nzetc.org/tm/scholarly/tei-McEGeof.html. Retrieved 24 June 2011.  
^ McDonald, Geraldine (1 September 2010). "Somerset, Gwendolen Lucy". Somerset, Gwendolen Lucy. http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/5s34/1. Retrieved 24 June 2011.  
^ McEldowney, W. J. (2006). Geoffrey Alley, Librarian: His Life & Work. p. 440. http://www.nzetc.org/tm/scholarly/tei-McEGeof.html. Retrieved 24 June 2011.  
^ Brady, Anne-Marie: Friend of China: The Myth of Rewi Alley (London; New York: Routledge Curzon, 2002): 30-33.
^ Hensley, Gerald: Final Approaches: A Memoir, page 171 (2006, Auckland University Press) ISBN 1 86940 378 9
^ Stockwell, Foster: Westerners in China: A History of Exploration and Trade, Ancient Times Through the Present pg 187. McFarland, 2003. ISBN 9780786414048
^ Rewi Alley Postscript
[edit] ReferencesAnne-Marie Brady: Friend of China, The Myth of Rewi Alley (RoutledgeCurzon 2002), ISBN 0-7007-1493-6.
Willis Airey: A Learner in China, A Life of Rewi Alley (Christchurch, Caxton Press & Monthly Review Society, 1970),
Geoff Chapple: Rewi Alley of China.
[edit] External linksRewi Alley (New Zealand Edge)
Rewi Alley (New Zealand China Friendship Society)
[2] Download MS doc of NZCFS President's speech at the Beijing celebrations on 110th anniversary of the birth of Rewi Alley
Gung Ho - Rewi Alley of China - a 1979 full length documentary about Rewi Alley on NZ On Screen. Requires Adobe Flash
Inventory of Rewi Alley’s Papers http://www.adam-matthew-publications.co.uk/digital_guides/CTWE-8/Publishers-Note.aspx
[3] Memorial at Springfield.
  
  
  

 
 
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This is Japanese version of Amin's Imperialism and Unequal Development.

Imperialism and unequal development
Samir Amin


Table of contents:


Introduction
Part I: Historical materialism: capitalism and socialism
1. Criticism of microeconomics
2. Capitalism and ground rent
3. In praise of socialism
Part II: Imperialism and underdevelopment
4. Universality and cultural spheres
5. The crisis of imperialism
6. International trade and imperialism
7. The problm of the "environment"
Part III: Problems of transition and the building of socialism
8. The lesson of Cambodia
9. Education, Ideology and Technology
10. The "transfer of technology"
Part IV: The end of a debate
Notes


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CONTENTS
Foreword    5
1. Farewell to My Old Home    7
2. An Ancient Clan    18
3. The Emperor Appoints Grandfather to the    
Imperial Academy    34
4. Outside the Compound    41
5. A Wedding    49
6. Four Generations Under One Roof    63
7. The Death of My Great-grandmother    71
8. Grandfather Breaks the Law    84
9. Uncle Fengsheng Offers His Life for Grandfather    88
10. Trying Days    99
11. Who Are the Idiotic Offspring?    110
12. Eldest Son — Master of the House    123
13. An Unusual Year    134
14. A Trip to Big Tree Port    146
15. Miraculous Events    154
16. Grandfather Returns    163
17. Living and Dying in Misery    173
18. Who's Good-for-nothing?    182
19. Grandfather Writes His Own Memorial Couplet    194
20. An Unforgettable Lesson    203
21. Tryine to Change the National State of Mind 22. Thunder Breaks the Silence    212
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23. Yuan&hikai Poisons the Emperor    229
24. Lu Xun Comes Home    238
25. A Lonely Person    249
26. In Memory of Gao Wenjin    262
27. The Revolution of 1911    269
Epilogue    279

Appendixes


t. A map of villages and towns around Shaoxing II Dongchang Lane and vicinity in the late Qing Dynasty
ML The New Compound (western part) in the
late Qing dynasty IV. Sketch of the Hundred Plants Garden in the
late Qing dynasty V. The family tree of the Zhao clan




Lu Xun as a translator: Lu Xun's translation and introduction of literature and literary theory, 1903-1936
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Stockholm University, Orientaliska Studier, 1989

Abstract
Lu Xun, the most famous Chinese writer of the May Fourth period, was also an assiduous translator and introducer of foreign, mainly Western, literature and literary theory; to him, these two activities (creative writing and translation) were of equal importance in contributing to the creation of a new, democratic and progressive China by means of enlightening the people and "changing their minds". Thus, in Lu Xun's eyes, translations were necessary both for creating a new literature and for renovating China.
Lu Xun was early influenced by Nietzsche and his ideas on individualism, struggling for finding one's own way and human progress. The other deep influence was classical Russian literature with its democratic and humanistic spirit, its social criticism and its descriptions of poor and wretched people. When he later came to support the Russian revolution and take an interest in Soviet literature and Marxist literary theory, this was only a consequence of his earlier views. During his later years, he paid much attention to introducing Soviet literature of diffèrent literary styles and political orientations, and Marxist literary theory and criticism.
In his literary translations, Lu Xun's attention was mainly on the "weak and oppressed peoples* from countries where conditions were similar to China's — mainly Russia and Eastern Europe — but also Japan which was, like China, an Eastern country facing the necessity to learn from the West but had started earlier than China.


Lu Hsun: great revolutionary, thinker and writer  
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THE CHIEF COMMANDER of China's cultural revolution, he [Lu Hsun] was not only a great man of letters but a great thinker and revolutionary. Lu Hsun was a man of unyielding integrity, free from all sycophancy or obsequiousness; this quality is invaluable among colonial and semi-colonial peoples. Representing the great majority of the nation. Lu Hsun breached and stormed the enemy citadel; on the cultural front he was the bravest and most correct, the firmest, the most loyal and the most ardent national hero, a hero without parallel in our history. The road he took was the very road of China's new national culture.
Mao Tsetung
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Ruth P. Weiss has been living in China for altogether 45 years. She knew Lu Xun in Shanghai in the 1930s and met many of the Chinese and foreign personalities now remembered. Originally from Vienna. Austria where she completed her schooling wit'll a Ph.D. degree from Vienna University in 1932. she came to China for what, at first, was planned as a six-months study trip and then became a life-long slay, interrupted only by five years' work in the United Stales. She has written for a number of German and English-language publications besides her regular work in China's publicity and lectured in Beijing and abroad about her China experience.



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Dangerous to your health: capitalism in health care
Vicente Navarro




Dangerous to your health: capitalism in health care



http://ifile.it/5usn7r8INTRODUCTION
John Dunlop worked in the Bethlehem Steel mills in East Baltimore for over twenty years. Three years ago he was laid off, one of the 2,312 workers laid off from the mills in the last ten years. He not only lost his job: he also lost health insurance for himself and his family. He could no longer receive the care he needed for a heart condition because he could not afford the insurance. He died in May 1993 from a stroke. He was one of the 100,000 people who die in the United States each year because they cannot afford medical care.


Samir Amin was born in Egypt in 1931 and received his Ph.D. in economics in Paris in 1957. He is director of the Third World Forum in Dakar, Senegal. His numerous works include "Eurocentrism: Second Edition", "The World We Wish to See", "The Liberal Virus, Accumulation on a World Scale", "Unequal Development", and "Spectres of Capitalism".

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Empire of chaos
Samir Amin
Monthly Review Press, 1992
ISBN 0853458448, 9780853458449
120 pages

CONTENTS
1. A World in Chaos 7
2. The New Capitalist Globalization 31
3. The Crisis of Socialism 56
4. The Democratic Challenge 82
5. The Regional Conflicts 102





Transforming the revolution: social movements and the world-system
Samir Amin

In this successor volume to the widely read Dynamics of Global Crisis, the authors engage in a provocative discussion of the history and contemporary dilemmas facing the movements that are variously described as antisystemic, social, or popular. The authors believe that these movements, which have for the past 150 years protested and organized against the multiple injustices of the existing system, are the key locus of social transformation.

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Bourdieu, Pierre 1999, The Weight of the World: Social Suffering in Contemporary Society. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Pierre Bourdieu was the Professor of Sociology at the College de France.
书目信息
名称 The weight of the world: social suffering in contemporary society
作者 Pierre Bourdieu
编者 Pierre Bourdieu
版本 插图版
出版商 Stanford University Press, 1999
ISBN 0804738459, 9780804738453
页数 646 页



Confined in their governmental ivory towers, their actions largely dictated by public opinion polls, politicians and state officials are all too often oblivious to the everyday lives of ordinary citizens. These persons, who often experience so much hardship in their lives, have few ways to make themselves heard and are obliged either to protest outside official frameworks or remain locked in the silence of their despair. Under the direction of Pierre Bourdieu, Frances foremost sociologist, a team of 22 researchers spent three years studying and analyzing the new forces of social suffering that characterize contemporary societiesthe daily suffering of those denied the means of acquiring a socially dignified existence and of those poorly adjusted to the rapidly changing conditions of their lives. Social workers, teachers, policemen, factory workers, white-collar clerks, farmers, artisans, shopkeepersno one seems to be immune from the frustrations of todays life, not to speak of the institutions of the family, work, and education.The book can be read like a series of short stories, which include: a steel worker who was laid off after 20 years and now struggles to support his family on unemployment benefits and a part-time job; a trade unionist who finds his goals undermined by the changing nature of work; a family from Algeria living in a housing tract on the outskirts of Paris who must cope with pervasive forms of racism; and a schoolteacher confronted with urban violence. Reading these stories enables one to register these peoples lives and the forms of social suffering that infuse them. The original publication of this book was a major social and political event in France, where it topped the best-seller list and triggered a widespread public debate on inequality, politics, and civic solidarity. It offers not only a distinctive method for analyzing social life, but another way of practicing politics.


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The rush to development: economic change and political struggle in South Korea
by:  Martin Hart-Landsberg  


CONTENTS
Acknowledgments Introduction
I THE STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF SOUTH KOREAN STATE PLANNING
t Acknowledging the Primacy of State Intervention
2 The Structure and Function of State Planning
3 Policy Implementation: State Direction of National Economic Activity
4 PoVicy Implementation: State Regulation of International Economic Activity
II THE SOUTH KOREAN EXPERIENCE: THE STATE AND CLASS STRUGGLE
5 Japanese Imperialism, the State, and Class Struggle
6 U.S. Imperialism, the State, and Class Struggle
7 U.S. and Japanese influence on the Organisation and Performance of the South Korean Economy
8 The Political Economy of Growth and Crisis: 1961 to 1972
9 The Political Economy of Growth a&d Crisis: 1973 to 1981

Ml THE GATHERING STORM:
CONTRADICTIONS, CONFLICT. & CRISIS
10 The Gathering Storm: Economic Trends 229
11 The Gathering Storm: Political Trends 256
12 South Korea at the Crossroads 282 Notes 309 Bibliography 329 Index
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The impoverished spirit in contemporary Japan: selected essays of Honda Katsuichi

Contents
Introduction: Honda Katsuichi and Political and Intellectual Life in Postwar Japan 9
I
Against Amnesia and Complacency. Japanese War Responsibility
The Fifteen Years' War as a War of Invasion 47
Eradicating the Memory of the Nanjing Massacre 58
Against the Logic of Invaders 62
On Platoon 67
The Blindness of Japanese Peace Movements: Forgetting Japan's Aggression 69
The Burden of Being Japanese 75
Racism and Neocolonialism in Contemporary Japan
Racist Country, Japan 99
Black Students in Japan 101
The Situation of the Ainu People 105
The Last Appeal of the Ainu People
The Appeal of the Ainu People: An Open Letter to the Prime Minister 112
The "Export" of Women from the Philippines 115

III
The Culture of Conformity and the Impoverished Intellectuals
A Theory of Tadpole Society 129 j
Foreign Embassies in Japan 132
Why Can't We.Squat? 134
How to Dress at a Restaurant 138
The Tamed Japanese:
The Achievement of the Ministry of Education 140
The Destruction of Elementary Education 144
Standardized Education 147
Why Do Novelists Become Corrupt? 150 Who Is Responsible
for the Attempted Murder of Mayor Motojima? 158
The Failures of the International PEN Congress 165
IV
The Archipelago of Ecological Disasters
Disfigured Tadpoles Vanishing Ptarmigan Why Resorts?
"Development'' as Invasion Why Dolphins?
V
The Politics of Single-Party Dictatorship
Japanese "Democracy":
The Oldest Single-Party Dictatorship 195
Prime Minister Nokosone as Nazisone 20 \
Is Prostitution a Women's Problem? 206
Anti-Internationalization: Internal and External Versions 211
Japan's Misfortune in Having Miyazawa as Prime Minister 215
171 175 178 180 183
Afterword: A Manifesto for Independent Journalism
219
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The Food question profits versus people edited by Henry Bernstein.pdf

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Contributors
1 Introduction The editors
2 The Origins of Third World Food Dependence Harriet Friedmann
3 Moving the Lever: a New Food Aid Imperialism? Ben Crow
4 Abstract Markets and Real Needs Maureen Mackintosh
5 Food Crisis and Gender Conflict in the African Countryside
Ann Whitehead
6 Taking the Part of Peasants? Henry Bernstein
7 Some Economic and Political Consequences of the Green Revolution in India
Utsa Patnaik
8 Another Awkward Class: Merchants and Agrarian Change in India Barbara Harriss
9 Agrarian Crisis and Political Crisis in Mexico 104 Roger Bartra
10 "Structural Adjustment", Agribusiness and Rural Women in Tanzania 111 Marjorie Mbilinyi
11 Hunger ami Women's Survival in a Bangladesh Slum 125 Jane Pryer
12 Poverty, Purdah and Women's Survival Strategies in Rural Bangladesh 134 Naila Kabeer
13 Peasants Under Contract: Agro-lood Complexes in
the Third World 149 Michael Watts
14 Biotechnology and Agricultural Development in the Third World 163 Frederick II. Buttel
15 Urban Con«umptior»Mii as a Roule to Rural Renewal 181 Robin Jenkins
16 Further Resources on Food 196 Charlotte Martin
Index
204

Rebolusyon!: a generation of struggle in the Philippines

CONTENTS
Foreword Ramsey Clark 7
Acknowledgments 14
Prologue 15
Rebolusyonl A Generation of Struggle in the Philippines / 9
Epilogue 328
Afterword Edicio de la Torre 333



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Radical perspectives on the rise of Fascism in Germany, 1919-1945

Contents
Ackno wlegmen ts
9
Acronyms Introduction
Michael N- Dubkaioski and Iswfor WaUimann
10
Pari l
Reclaiming the Past: History and Theory
State and Classes in Weimar Germany
David Abraham 21 What Produces Fascism: Preindustrial Traditions or a Crisis of
the Capitalist State?
GeoffEley 69 Bonapartism, Fascism, and the Collapse of the Weimar Republic
Derek S. Linton 100 Theories of Fascism: Nicos Poulantzas As Historian
Jane Caplan 128 Economy and Politics in the Destruction of the Weimar
Republic
Kurt Gossweiler Regional Elites and the Rise of National Socialism, 1920-33
150
Brian Peterson
172
The NSDAP: An Alternative Elite for Capitalism in Crisis John O. Nagle
194
Part II
Confronting the Past: Lessons from History
The Destruction of the Workers' Mass Movements in Nazi Germany
Gunter W. Remmiing 215 Terror and Demagoguery in the Consolidation of the Fascist Dictatorship in Germany, 1933-34
Kurt Pdtzold 231 Defense of Democracy or Advance to Socialism? Arguments Within German Social Democracy in the Mid-1920s Ben Fotokes 247
Part III
Forgetting the Past: Redoing History
From Denazification to the "Historiker-Debatte": Reckoning
with the Past in the Federal Republic of Germany '   Reinhard Kuhnl 267 After Nazism: Antifascism and Democracy in Dachau, 1945
Tony Barta 289
Bibliographical Essay 319 Notes on the Contributors 325 Index 327
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Promissory notes women in the transition to socialism edited by Sonia Kruks, Rayna Rapp
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Conte.
Introduction, Sonia Kmks, Hayna Rapp
Part I: The European Ht
Marxism and the "Woman Question" Joan H Landes
In the Shadow of the Comintern: The Communist Wtomens Movement, 1920-43 Elizabeth Water*
Part 2: The First Experiments
Women, the Family, and the New Revolutionary Order in the Soviet Union Wendy Zeva Coldman
Cender, Politics, and Patriarchy in China: The Experiences of Early Women Communists, 1920-27 Christina Gxlmartin
Pût) }: The "Woman Question" in Third World Revolutions
The "Woman Question" in Cuba: Art Analysis oî Material CorotamVs on \\> Resolution Muriel Nazzari
Women's Role in the Nicaiaguan Revoluxionaiy Ptoses*. The Early Years
Maxine D. Molyneux
Ambiguous Transformations: Women. Politics, and Production in Mozambique Sonia Kruks and Ben Wisner
Vietnam: War, Socialism, and the Politics of Gender Relations Christine Pelzer White
Legal Reform and Socialist Revolution in South Yemen: Women and the family
Maxine 0. Molyneux !93
Oemoctatic CenUaUsm in the Home and the World-. Bengali Women and the Communist Movement
Amrita Basu 215
Chicken Little in China: Women After the Cultural Revolution
Marilyn B. Young , £33
Part 4.- Women in Industrialized Socialist Regimes
The "Woman Question" in the Contemporary Soviet Union
Mary Buckley 251
Socialist Emancipation:
The Womens Movement in the German Democratic Republic
Barbara Einhom 282
Biographies of Liberation:
Testimonials to Labor in Socialist Hungary
Martha Lamptand M>f>
Part 5: Roundtable: Toward a Feminist Socialism?
Capitalism and Socialism: Some Feminist Question*
Lourdes Benerîû 325
Reflections on a Politics of Difference
Zilfûh Eisenslem 333
Third World Revolution and First World Feminism: Towaid a Dialogue
Delia D- Aguilar 338
On Piomissoiv Notes
Christine Pelzer White 345
Of Dogma, Dicta, and Washing Machines: Women in the Peoples Republic of China
Delia Davin 354
Some Thoughts on the Left and the "Woman Question" in Sou'h Asia
Kumari fayawardena V>9
List of Contributors 367

Peru time of fear Deborah Poole & Gerardo Rénique
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Alan Garcia APRA Ayacucho Cambio 90 Central Huallaga Chuschi cocaine Cusco FREDEMO Fujimori Guzman Huallaga Valley Lima neo-liberal Peru Peru's Peruvian Communist Party pueblos jovenes Sendero Luminoso Villa El Salvador

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Marxian and Christian utopianism toward a socialist political theology John Joseph Marsden
Contents
Preface 9 Introduction   11
1. Utopian Beginnings: The Early Marx 19
2. History and Uiopia:
Marx's Materialist Conception of History 30
3. Economics, Alienation, and Future Communist Society 53
4. Profit Law, Proletariat, and Utopian Consciousness 70
5. Ernst Bloch's Messianic Marxism 92
6. Paul THlich's Religious Socialism: An Attempt at Synthesis 105
7. Rethinking Socialism: Tillich's Assessment
of the Prospects for Socialism in Weimar Germany ' 123
8. Eschatology and Politics:
Jurgen Moltmamf s Political Theology 141
9. Political Theology in Union with Socialist Ulopianism 162
Bibliography 219 Index 233
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La Parole ouvrière 1830-1851 textes rassemblés et présentés par Alain Faure et
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Aspirans association Ateliers Nationaux Charles Gille compagnonnage Flora Tristan Jules Leroux l'association l'atelier l'ouvrier Louis Blanc luttes ouvrières Petit-Bourg peuple philanthropes Pierre Leroux salaire salariat sera sociale société tion travailleurs

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Haiti, state against nation the origins and legacy of Duvalierism Michel-Rolph Trouillot
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preface and Acknowledgments 9
Haitian Chiefs of State                  ' 13
Introduction: The Problematic of State and Nation 15
PART 1: THE HISTORICAL LEGACY
L. Nationalism and Dependency;
The Genesis of State and Nation 35
2. A Republic for the Merchants 59
3. The Recurring Crisis 83
4. Culture, Colot, and Politics 109
PART 2: THE TOTALITARIAN SOLUTION
5. The Transition to Duvalierism 139
6. State Against Nation 163
7. The Continuities of Duvalierism 186
8. The Interrupted March to Democracy 217
Notes
Bibliography Index
231 245 261
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Grenada revolution in reverse James Ferguson.pdf 9.117 MB  


Contents
Map
Grenada in Brief
Abbreviations and Acronyms
Foreword: An Empty Victory, An Uncertain Future
Introduction: 'Urgent Fury'
Chapter I. Made in the USA
Chapter 2. Party Tricks
Chapter 3, Harsh Medicine
Chapter 4. In the Name of Freedom
Chapter 5. Small Island, Big Issues
Conclusion:4A One-Night Stand'
Further Reading
Index


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Freedom and determination in history according to Marx and Engels Joseph Ferraro .pdf
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CONTENTS
Introduction by John Bellamy Foster Preface
1. Historical Determinism in Marx and Engels
2. Freedom and Determinism in the Young Marx
3. Determinism and Freedom in History, According to the Young Engels
4. Determinism and Freedom in The Holy family and The German Ideology
5. Determinism in Capital: Its Nature
6. Determinism in Capitial: The General Law of Capitalist Accumulation
7. Determinism in Capital: The Other Aspect of the Law That Guides the Evolution
of Capitalism
8. The Primacy of the Forces of Production in Works Other Than the 1895 Preface
6   Freedom and Determination 9. The "Determinism" of the 1859 Preface
10. The Dialectical Concept of Necessity
in Nature and History, According to the Mature Engels
11. Freedom in History, According to the Mature Engels
12. Taking Power by Democratic Means, According to Marx and Engels
13. Detennination and Freedom
Notes
Bibliography

A captive land the politics of agrarian reform in the Philippines James Putzel.pdf
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List of tables ix
List of figures x
Acronyms xi
Periodicals xv
Glossary xvi
Introduction xix
Notes xxiv
Chapter I: Landlessness, agrarian reform and the state 1
1.1 Introduction 1
1.2 Why agrarian reform? 2
1.3 The state and agrarian reform 4
1.4 Contrasting approaches to reform 8
1.5 Agriculture as a starting point for development 15
1.6 Landlessness and insecurity 20
1.7 Con centrât ion of landowncrship 27
1.8 Land tenure patterns and productivity 29
1.9 Conclusion: an approach to the study of agrarian reform 33 Notes 35
Chapter 2: Historical origins: the colonial state and the landed
elite 43
21 Introduction 43
2.2 Origin of the elite under Spanish colonialism 43
2.3 The first Philippine Republic 49
2.4 The consolidation of the elite tinder US rule 51
2.5 Peasant unrest and 'reform' under the commonwealth 58
2.6 Conclusion 60 Notes 61
Chapter 3: The VJS and agrarian reform in post-war Asia and the Philippines
-VI Introduction
3.2 \JS agrarian reformers in japan and Taiwan
3.3 Conservative and liberal confrontation in South Korea
3.4 Libera! reformists routed in the Philippines
3.5 The conservative reaction in the United Stares
3.6 Libera! reformers and countennsurgency
3.7 Conclusion: a comparative assessment Notes
Chapter 4: Marcos and authoritarian reform
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Prelude to martial law; agrarian reform in the 1960s
4.3 Martial law and authoritarian agrarian reform
4.4 The US and the Marcos agrarian reform
4.5 Marcos, agrarian reform and the Philippine state
4.6 Conclusion Notes
Chapter 5: The anti-Marcos movement and agrarian reform
5.1 Introduction
5.2 National-democrats outside the Aquino coalition
5.3 Diokno and Tanada committed to nationalism and social reforms 169
5.4 Liberal-democrats and passive support for agrarian reform 170
5.5 Social-democrats and agrarian reform 171
5.6 Conservative reformists take the lead 172
5.7 The 'facilitators' behind the Aquino campaign 175
5.8 The armed forces and the Aquino coalition 178
5.9 The Aquino campaign and its feint toward agrarian reform 181
5.10 Conclusion 185 Notes 187
Chapter 6: Aquino's restoration: laying the foundations for
conservative reform 193
6.1 Introduction 193
6.2 The first cabinet's inaction on agrarian reform 193
6.3 Agribusiness and corporate stock-sharing as the 'centre-piece' 196
6.4 Lesser officials advocate the liberal approach 202
6.5 Constitutional provisions on agrarian reform 204
6.6 Conclusion 212 Notes 213
Chapter 7: The peasant movement and the debate over
presidential action on agrarian reform 217
7.1 Introduction 217
7.2 Peasant movement demands redistributive reform 217
7.3 The military and a shift to the right 219
7.4 Mendiola massacre prompts government action 221
7.5 Alliance around the conservative approach 228
7.6 Executive order 229 235
7.7 Agrarian reform and counterinsurgency 244
7.8 Conclusion 246 Notes 250
Chapter 8: Congress and the passage of the Comprehensive
Agrarian Reform Law 259
8.1 Introduction 259
8.2 Restoration of Congress in the shadow of the military 259
8.3 The House of Representatives and the landowners 262
8.4 The Senate debate on reform 268
8.5 Anatomy of the agrarian reform law 272
8.6 The peasants' alternative to CARP 276
8.7 Conclusion 278 Notes 278
Chapter 9: The US and agrarian reform during the Aquino
years 283
9.1 Introduction
9.2 The -return of the liberal reformer Roy Prosterman
9.3 The World Bank and the liberal approach
9.4 The Reagan Administration and the conservative approach
9.5 The US private sector, the conservative movement and counterinsurgency
9.6 Conclusion Notes
Chapter 10: Implementing CARP: contending positions within the state
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Conservatives and liberals in the state
10.3 Landowners, domestic agribusiness and the transnational
10.4 Financing CARP: foreign aid and the conservative approach to reform
10.5 The evolving scope and accomplishments of CARP
10.6 Conclusion Notes
Chapter 11: Conclusion. Assessing the conservative and liberal
approaches and alternatives for the future 37
11.1 The conservative and liberal approaches in retrospect 37^
11.2 The state and society in the Philippines 37«
11.3 Prospects for agrarian reform 37( Notes 381
Bibliography 385
1. Books, articles, conference papers 385
2. Philippine government documents 401
2.1 Aquino - presidential issuances 401
2.2 Draft executive orders on agrarian reform 401
2.3 Department (Ministry) of Agrarian Reform 402
2.4 Marcos - presidential issuances 403
2.5 Legislative documents 404
2.6 Other government documents 404
3. Other unpublished documents 405
4. US government documents 407
5. Multilateral agencies 408
6. Periodicals 409
Index
411

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http://ifile.it/5fjeq62/Grenada  revolution in reverse  James Ferguson.pdf
http://ifile.it/1iwly4b/Haiti, state against nation  the origins and legacy of Duvalierism  Michel-Rolph Trouillot.pdf
http://ifile.it/ize5c8x/La Parole ouvrière  1830-1851  textes rassemblés et présentés  par Alain Faure et.pdf
http://ifile.it/nsf3erj/Marxian and Christian utopianism  toward a socialist political theology  John Joseph Marsden.pdf
http://ifile.it/0tmicw4/Peru  time of fear  Deborah Poole & Gerardo Rénique.pdf
http://ifile.it/27a406h/Promissory notes  women in the transition to socialism  edited by Sonia Kruks, Rayna Rapp.pdf
http://ifile.it/v4zi8ea/Radical perspectives on the rise of Fascism in Germany, 1919-1945.pdf
http://ifile.it/ipyez6c/Rebolusyon!  a generation of struggle in the Philippines  Benjamin Pimentel .pdf
http://ifile.it/5rid28y/The Food question  profits versus people  edited by Henry Bernstein.pdf
http://ifile.it/9rdj4zh/The impoverished spirit in contemporary Japan selected essays of Honda Katsuichi.pdf
http://ifile.it/y917lcu/The rush to development  economic change and political struggle in South Korea  Martin Hart-Landsberg.pdf
http://ifile.it/c6xwtrd/The weight of the world  social suffering in contemporary society  Pierre Bourdieu.pdf
http://ifile.it/q3d6abg/Transforming the revolution  social movements and the world-system  Samir Amin.pdf



  
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Mao Tse-tung by jack gray.pdf
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1. THE RISE TO POWER 7 Eaxiy Life 8 China's Internal Problems 10 Civil War 12 New Ideas 13 New Experiences 15 The Peasant Movement 18 Rural Revolution 22 Leader of the Chinese Communist Party 25 Military and Political Victory 28 Mao's Family 28
2. POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC THOUGHT 32 The 'Mass Line* 32 Mao's Approach to Obstacles 37 The Theory of Contradictions 42 Economic Ideas 44 Political Ideas 51 The Re-shaping of Chinese Life 52 The Idea of Imbalance 54 Education through Participation 55 The Relations of Politics and Economics 55 The Commune 57 Criticism and Hostility 59 New Policies 62 The Cultural Revolution 63 A Provisional Evaluation 67
3. THE RELEVANCE OF MAOISM 70 In China 71 In Developing Countries 75 In Advanced Countries 84
Reading List 87


Mao a young man from the Yangtze Valley by Bernadette P. N. Shih.
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Contents
Prologue ................................................11
1 Birth of A Son...........................................51
2 Helper in the Field.......................................59
3 A Business Transaction..................................75
4 Betrothal .............................................89
5 A Visit to the Temple ....................................95
6 Wedding Day ......................................... 101
7 Leaving Home......................................... 107
8 Journey on Foot to a Place of Learning.................. 113
9 Awkward Newcomer .................................. 117
10 Year of Indecision ..................................... 123
11 Murmurings from a Discontented Father ............... 129
12 A New School, An Enlighted Teacher ................... 135
13 An Old-Fashioned Mother and a Modern Daughter...... 143
14 When Young Eyes Meet................................ 151
15 Awakening of a Young Man's Heart .................... 159
16 A Walk in the Country................................. 165
17 Witness to a Brutal Act ................................ 173
18 Hiding Out............................................ 181
19 Return from Exile ..................................... 193
20 A Mother's Longing ................................... 199
21 Mourning for a Gentle Mother ......................... 205
22 Encounter With a Brother ............................. 213
23 Reunion of Young Lovers .............................. 219
24 Lodging at the "Three Eyes Well" ..................... 231
25 Young Lovers in Peking................................ 237
26 Nuptials .............................................. 243
27 Fruit of a Happy Union ................................ 255
28 Separation ............................................ 263
29 Capture............................................... 271
30 Prisoner at the Governor's Mansions ................... 277
31 Dreaming of a Far-Away Wife.......................... 291
32 Death b> Execution .................................... 297
33 A Lonely Man Mourns................................. 305
Bibliography .......................................... 315


Lu Xun Selected Works Vol.3.pdf
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Selected works, 第 1 卷
Selected Works, Gladys Yang
作者 Xun Lu, Xianyi Yang, Gladys Yang
译者: Xianyi Yang, Gladys Yang
版本 3
出版商 Foreign Languages Press, 2003

CONTENTS
Editor's Note 9 1928
BEFUDDLED WOOLLINESS 15
SITU QIAO'S PAINTINGS 23
LITERATURE AND REVOLUTION 25
THE TABLET 29
HEADS 31
TWO LETTERS 33
THE SPELLS 42
WIPING OUT THE REDS —A GREAT SPECTACLE 45
1929
SOME THOUGHTS ON OUR NEW LITERATURE 51
THE EVOLUTION OF ROUGHS 57
THE FUNCTION OF THE CRITICS OF THE CRESCENT
MOON SOCIETY 60
THE HISTORY  OF  MY  CONNECTION   WITH THE
TATLER 62
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"HARD TRANSLATION"  AND THE "CLASS CHARACTER OF LITERATURE" 75
CUSTOM AND REFORM 97
UNREVOLUTIONARY EAGERNESS FOR REVOLUTION 100
THOUGHTS    ON    THE    LEAGUE    OF LEFT-WING
WRITERS 103
THE CRITICS WE NEED 109
GOVERNMENT-BY-GENTLEMEN-ISM 112
HOMELESS, SENSELESS WATCHDOG OF THE CAPITALISTS 114
1932 .
THE    REVOLUTIONARY    LITERATURE    OF THE CHINESE PROLETARIAT  AND  THE BLOOD OF
THE PIONEERS 119
THE PRESENT CONDITION OF ART IN DARKEST
CHINA 122
A GLANCE AT SHANGHAI LITERATURE 127
THE TASK AND FATE OF "NATIONALIST LITERATURE" 142
HARD TO KNOW, HARD TO DO 153
THE   NEW    DON   QUIXOTES   OF   THE CHINESE
REPUBLIC 156
ON "SHOCKING OUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBOURS" 159
A REPLY TO THE' MAGAZINE THE DIPPER 162
1932
PREFACE TO LIN KEDUO'S EYE-WITNESS ACCOUNT
OF THE SOVIET UNION 167
PREFACE TO THREE LEISURES 171
PREFACE TO TWO HEARTS 176
WE CAN NO LONGER BE DUPED 180
FOREWORD TO THE HARP 163
ON THE "THIRD CATEGORY" 1B7
A DEFENCE OF "SERIAL-PICTURE BOOKS" 192
ABUSE AND THREATS ARE NOT FIGHTING 197
PREFACE TO MY SELECTED WORKS 200
PREFACE TO IN TWO PLACES 204
THE   TIES    BETWEEN   CHINESE   AND RUSSIAN
LITERATURES              ' 209
1933
LISTENING TO DREAMS
217
ON WATCHING FIGHTS 221
AN APOLOGY FOR FLIGHT 223 ON "GOING INTO BATTLE" AND "RUNNING AWAY" 225
THE FACT OF THE MATTER 230
STRATEGIC CONSIDERATIONS 232
WRITTEN FOR THE SAKE OF FORGETTING 234
WHO IS THE PARADOX? 247
ON SEEING SHAW AND THOSE WHO SAW SHAW 250
PREFACE TO BERNARD SHAW IN SHANGHAI 255
FROM SATIRE TO HUMOUR 258
FROM HUMOUR TO GRAVITY 260
HOW I CAME TO WRITE STORIES 262
"WHEN THE LIGHT COMES- ..." 266
MODERN HISTORY 268
THE CHINESE PEOPLE'S "LIFEBELT' 270
ON WRITING AND THE CHOICE OF A SUBJECT 272
A NEW DRUG 275
A KINGLY CULTURE 277
ABOVE AND BELOW 280
A MENTAL RESERVATION 283
MORE MENTAL RESERVATIONS 286 REFUTING TALK OF "IN NAME BUT NOT IN FACT' 288 ON NOT TRYING TO UNDERSTAND THOROUGHLY 290
PREFACE TO THE WORKS OF LI DAZ1IAO 293
MORE ON THE "THIRD CATEGORY" 297
IN PRAISE OF NIGHT 302
PUSHING 304
■    EXPERIENCE 306
PROVERBS 309
THE ART OF THE NUMBER-TWO CLOWN 312
RANDOM THOUGHTS 314
ON BATS 316
TO LIVE BY ONE'S WITS 318
THE "TOMINS" 320
S A is'I » 322
SURPLUS KNOWLEDGE 324
THE CHINESE IMAGINATION 326
KICKING 328 "PESSIMISM IN THE CHINESE WORLD OF LETTERS" 330
SHANGHAI GIRLS 332
SHANGHAI CHILDREN 334
A STROLL ON AN AUTUMN EVENING 336
CLIMBING AND HURTLING 338
THE CRISIS OF THE ESSAY 340
SOME THOUGHTS IN EARLY AUTUMN 344
THE SECRET OF BEING A JOKER 346
FROM  DEAFNESS TO DUMBNESS 348
MORE THOUGHTS IN EARLY AUTUMN 351
SOME JOTTINGS 354
WRITTEN AT RANDOM 357
TEA DRINKING 360
PROHIBITION AND MANUFACTURE 362
CIRCUS  SHOWS 3B4
THINKING OF THE PAST 366
THE QUINTESSENCE OF WORLDLY WISDOM 369
CHARGING 372
ON WOMEN'S LIBERATION 374
FIRE 377

Latin America: underdevelopment or revolution: essays on the development of underdevelopment and the immediate enemy

In his second book, Andre Gunder Frank expands on the theme presented in his influential study Capitalism and Underdevelopment in Latin America. It is the colonial structure of world capitalism, in his view, which produced and maintains the underdevelopment characteristic of Latin America and the rest of the Third World. This colonial structure penetrates everywhere in Latin America, forming and transforming all its features in obedience to its own imperatives and thereby imposing upon the region those characteristic features of poverty and backwardness which are not primarily the remnants of an ancient "feudal" past but the direct products of capitalism. This development of underdevelopment will persist, Frank argues, until the people of Latin America free themselves from world capitalism by means of revolution.

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American bourgeoisie Brazil Latin America

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Latin America
by:  Eduardo P. Archetti, Paul Anthony Cammack, Bryan R. Roberts




Contents
Scries Preface
Teodort Shawn viii
Acknowledge men is x Introduction
Eduardo P. Archelli, Paul Cammack, Bryan Roberts xiii
I. The "Dependency" Perspective 1
Dependency and Development
Ian Roxbotough 3
Philip O'Brien 8
Fernando Henrique Cardoso 13
II. The Colonial Experience and Independence 19
The Colonial Economy and Society
Carlos Sempat Assadourian 21
Enrique Tandeler 26
Steve J. Stem 33
Slavery
William F. Sharp 49
Colonial Politics
José Murito de Carvalho 55
Frank Safford 64
III. Export-led Development 71
Export-led Production
Arnold J. Bauer 73
The Planter Class and labour
Verena Stoleke and Michael M. Hall 79
The Working Class
Alan Knight 97
Peter DeShazo 109
IV. Latin American Populism
117
Populism and Class Conflict
lan Roxborough 119
Social Control
Vv , vv 125 Ideology
Ernesto Latlau 137
Aguttin Cueia 147
V. Agrarian Structure and Change 161
Peasant-Proletarian Transition
David Goodman and Michael Redcli/l 163
Juarez Rubens Brandao l-opes 171
Eduardo P. Archelli and Kristi Anne Stolen 177
Cmtobat Kay 186
Carmen Diana Deere 196
Arluro Warman 212
VI. Urban Poverty and Survival 217
The Logic of Disorder
Lui to Kouaritk 221
Collective Consumption
Jose' Alvarû Moïses and Varna Stoltke 229
Economic Growth
Alejandro Portes 241
The Poor in the City
Bryan R. Roberts 251
Gavin A. Smith 258
Larissa Lotnnitz 266
VII. State and Society: Contemporary Perspective! 275
Military Rule and Popular Resistance
Alan Angell 277
Maria Helena Moreira Alees 294
Gender
Caroline Moser 305
Elena Buenaventura-Posso and Susan Brown 321
The Internationalization of Capital
Rhys Jenkins 329
Latin American Fiction
Gerald Martin 335
Bibliography 345
Index 356

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Imperialism: from the colonial age to the present : essays
Harry Magdoff
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Monthly Review Press, 1978 - 279 页
This volume contains a series of essays aimed at illuminating the theory, history, and roots of imperialism, which extend the analysis developed in Magdoffas The Age of Imperialism.


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Hawaii, islands under the influence.pdf
When it first appeared, this historical overview of the evolution of Hawai'i's political economy opened a new and innovative perspective on Hawai'i's history and contemporary dilemmas. Now, a decade later, Kent adds an epilogue providing an overview of the Japanese investment spree, the impact of national economic restructuring on Hawai'i's tourism industry, the crises of local politics, and the Hawaiian sovereignty movement as a potential source of renewal.

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Garrison Guatemala George Black with Milton Jamail and Norma Stoltz Chinchilla.pdf

List of Abbreviations vii
Map '*
Introduction I
Pari I: A Monopoly of Power George Black
1. Counter-revolution as a Way of Life 11
2. The Decade of the Generals 26
3. Lucas Garcia—The Descent into Chaos 41
Pari II: The Thirty Years' War George Black, Milton Jamail, and Norma Stoltz Chinchilla
4. 1954-1972: The Road to Ixcân 61
5. 1972-1982: The Road from Ixcan 79
Part III: A War of Exterminism George Black
6. The Rios Monti Experiment 113 7 Guatemala on the World Stage 144 8. The War Goes On 164
Appendices
1. Strategy of the Guatemalan Army 177
2. Witnesses of Indian Massacres, 1982 181 5. Unity Agreement of the URN G m
Selected Bibliography 187
Index 191

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Four lectures on Marxism Paul M. Sweezy.pdf

[ CONTENTS ]
Preface 9 Lecture I:
Dialectics and Metaphysics 11 Lecture 2:
The Contradictions of Capitalism 26 Appendix A:
The Law of the Falling Tendency of the Rate of Profit 46
Appendix B:
Competition and Monopoly 55
Lecture 3: Center. Periphery,
and the Crisis of the System      71
Lecture 4:
Marxism and the Future 85


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Explores developments in the oil and energy industries and examines the impact of energy problems on the world economy

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Days and nights of love and war Eduardo Galeano ; translated by Judith Brister.pdf

Eduardo Galeano, born September 3, 1940, in Montevideo, Uruguay, has had a long and active career as a journalist, historian, and political activist. At the age of 13, he began publishing cartoons for the Uruguayan socialist newspaper El Sol. When he was in his early 30s, Galeano was imprisoned during a right-wing military coup and later forced to flee from Uruguay to Argentina. Later, another coup and several death threats forced him to leave Argentina for Spain where he lived in exile until he was permitted to return to Uruguay in 1984. Days and Nights of Love and War resulted from an open conversation with his own memory as he tried to understand what had really happened in his life. He has written numerous books including Football in Sun and Shadow; Open Veins of Latin America: Five Centuries of the Pillage of a Continent; Guatemala: Occupied Country; and The Book of Embraces. In 1989, Galeano won the American Book Award for Memory of Fire.
书目信息
名称 Days and Nights of Love and War
作者 Eduardo Galeano
出版商 Pluto Press, 2000
ISBN 0745317227, 9780745317229
页数 178 页


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Crisis in the public sector a reader [by the Economics Education Project of the Union for Radica.pdf

1. Introduction: The Nature of (he Public Sector Reader Editorial Collective: Ken Fox, Mary Jo Hetzel, Tom Riddell, Nancy Rose, and Jerry Sazama
Part I: Understanding the Crisis
2. The Crisis in Perspective
Michèle. Naples, Tom. Ridd&U, and Nancy Rose
3. The Accumulation Crisis and Service Professionals Dale L.Johnson and Christine O'Donnell
4. A Class Analysis of State Workers /. Gregg Robinson
Part II: The Economics of the Crisis
5. The Tax System and the Tax Revolt Jerry Sazama
6. The Great Tax KevoH
Popular Economics Research Group
7. Pension Power and the Public Sector Laura Katz Olson
8. The Financial Crisis in Cleveland Andrew J. Winnick, Judith Gregory, and Jerry Manama
Part HI: The Crisis in the Community
9. We Shall Not Be Moved: Urban Renewal in Philadelphia
harofd A. McDougall
10. The Politic* of RevltalizatUm. Organizing *n Neviaik
Terri Suess and Bob Cartwright 153
11. Welfare Rights-. Organizing m Massachusetts
Beryl Minkle 169
12. Répressive Welfare
Downtown Welfare Advocacy Center 182
13. Why Talk abou* Socialism?
City LifeJVida Urbana 195
Pari IV: The Crisis and Public Sector Unions
14. Public Sector Unionism
Paul Johnston 203
15. Public Sector Unions and the Labor Movement
Michael D. Yates 220
16. Public Sector Workers and the Crisis of Capitalism Martin Hart-Landsberç,.. Jerry Ltmfofce,
and Bob Marotto 240
17. Public Sector Labor Relations
MarkHMaier 261
Port V: The Crisis and Public Sector Workers
18. Contracting Out; Attrition of State Employees
Suzanne Sankar 275
19. Union Organizing in Day Care
Andrew McComiick 281
20. Proposition 13: Fighting Cutbacks in Alameda County Cregory Topakian and Laura Henzf -vl
Part VI: The Crisis in Political Perspective
21. The Far-Right Plan for 19S0
S<whû Lewis 299
22. The Ideology of the N«-w Righl
Alien Hunter 309
23. Beyond Liberalism
Mary Jo Hetzel and John Brouder

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chinese fiction of the cultural revolution.pdf
The literary analysis focuses on heros promoted in the literary and artistic field during the Cultural Revolution. By comparing Cultural Revolution fiction with pre Cultural Revolution fiction, Soviet fiction and some traditional Chinese and Western fiction, this analysis emphasizes the ideological and cultural significance of the hero's personal background, and his or her physical, temperamental behavioral qualities, and so on. The linguistic analysis focuses on lexical style. With a number of stylistic categories established through statistical and comparative analysis, this investigation presents the density and distribution of the stylistic items concerning narrators and characters, the general fictional language style, and the relation between the general style and the authors' individual style. This book will prove beneficial to students and scholars of Chinese literature, language, and society.

Common terms and phrases:
Beijing Chinese Literature class enemies collectivization CR novels Dazhai Golden Road Jiang Qing Lin Biao main heroes Socialist Realism Songhua River Yan'an

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Anglo American and the rise of modern South Africa Duncan Innes.pdf

List of Tables 9
List of Figures 10
Acknowledgements 11
Introduction 13
1 The Rise of the De Beers Monopoly in Diamonds 21 Capital Restructuring in the Diamond Industry: 1867-1902 21 Monopoly Capitalism and De Beers 39
2 Forging the Monopoly Group System in Gold 45 Early Transformations in Capitalist Relations 45 Gold Mining Costs and the Evolution of the Group System 48 The Chamber of Mines, the State and the Assault on
Labour 57
Conclusion 69
3 Class Conflict and the Birth of Anglo American 75 The Rising Cost Structure and Workers' MiUtancy 75 The Response of Mine-Owners and the State 78 The Far East Rand Gold Field and the Anglo American
Group 87
4 The Marriage of Gold and Diamonds: Anglo Absorbs De
Beers 97
Anglo American and Namibian Diamonds 98
Anglo American and Group Control 101
Anglo American and the Struggle for De Beers 102
Conclusion 108
5 Industrial and Mining Growth Between the Wars 118 The Origins of the Capitalist Manufacturing Industry 118 Imperialism and South African Industry 123 The State, Labour and Industry 126 Anglo American and Gold Mining Expansion 132
6 Postwar Expansion in Gold: Anglo Takes Control 142 The 1946 Strike and Its Aftermath 142 Financing the New Gold Fields 145 Mechanization of the Gold Mines 150 Anglo American and the Concentration of Power 154 Conclusion 157
7 Postwar Industry and Finance: The Role of the Groups 166 Industrial Expansion During the War 166 Class Struggle and Industrial Instability During the 1950s 167 Mining Investment in Industry and Finance During the
1950s 175
8 The Anglo Monopoly in Industry and Finance 188 The Industrial Boom of the 1960s 188 Anglo American and Monopoly Concentration in Industry
and Finance 192 Anglo American and Centralization in Industry and
Finance 208
Conclusion 219
Conclusion   Anglo American and South African Imperialism 229
Appendix 1 Tables and Figures 244 Appendix 2   A Survey of the Anglo American Group of
Companies 271 Appendix 3   A Survey of the International Links of the Anglo
American Group 325
Bibliography Index
335 351

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A kingdom under siege  Nepal's Maoist insurgency, 1996 to 2003  Deepak Thapa.pdf

A kingdom under siege: Nepal's Maoist insurgency, 1996 to 2003
Deepak Thapa, Bandita Sijapati


  
The Printhouse, 2004 - 275 pages
Political instability in Nepal caused by the movement and insurgency led by Nepala Kamyunishta Parti (Maovadi) since 1996.

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