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Slave and Enclave The Political Ecology of Equatorial Africa

By: Marcus Colchester
75 pages, Tabs, maps
Slave and Enclave
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The Equatorial Africa of this study - Gabon, the Congo and the Central African Republic - has a long, sad history of slavery and forest product extraction. Leaked studies carried out for the World Bank and published here for the first time, show how foreign dominated timber companies act with complete disregard for the tentative resurgence of community authority and the reawakening of long-submerged indigenous traditions of equality and justice.

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By: Marcus Colchester
75 pages, Tabs, maps
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