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Disappearing Peasantries? Rural Labour in Africa, Asia and Latin America

Edited By: Deborah Bryceson, Cristobal Kay and Jos Mooij
Disappearing Peasantries?
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Points out how peasant labour redundancy can undermine rural welfare and political stability, and why academics and policy-makers of the twenty-first century cannot ignore the world's disappearing peasantries without endangering sustainable development and international security.

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Edited By: Deborah Bryceson, Cristobal Kay and Jos Mooij
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