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Walter Rodney SOME IMPLICATIONS OF THE QUESTION
Thomas Szentes STATUS QUO AND SOCIALISM
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Africa analysis antagonistic contradiction Arusha Declaration basic bourgeois Brooke Bond bureaucratic capitalism capitalist capitalist countries Cement cent changes Cheche co-operation colonial companies developing countries disengagement division of labour economic bureaucracy elite exploitation export fact foreign capital foreign partners Ghana Group hand imperialism imperialist important income independent industrial interests international bourgeoisie international corporations international division investment Jenga John Saul Kenya latter leadership Lonrho means ment million mode of production monopoly capitalism national bourgeoisie national capital nationalisation neo-colony par excellence oisie organisation ownership parastatals partnership Party petty petty-bourgeoisie pounds private capital problem production process production relations productive forces profit question raw materials revolution role sector Shivji Shivji's paper Silent Class Struggle social base socialist socialist development society socio-economic formation status quo stratum subsidiaries Tanganyika TANU Tanzania Tanzania's economy tendencies tion tourist type of neo-colonial Ujamaa underdeveloped countries velopment Walter Rodney workers and peasants Zambia