Ominous Transition: Commerce and Colonial Expansion in the Senegambia and Guinea, 1857-1919

Avebury, 1997 - 198 pagina's
Ominous Transition is about the relationship between banditry and political power in the former Portuguese colony of Guinea (presently Guinea-Bissau). The book begins in the mid-nineteenth century, during what one might call the 'classical era' of political economy because of Great Britain's abolition of slavery and passage of the first factory legislation; it ends with the 1911 republican revolution in Portugal and the outbreak of the First World War three years later.

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