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Unformatted text preview: i. Economic ii. Political iii. Between new national states and colonial legacies iv. A colonial state itself is different from normal states as we have seen them in the western world v. A global economy is based not on raw materials, but how they are converted before they are exported c. Secondary conflicts i. Internal to the new states ii. Majority vs. minority iii. Capitalist class vs. artisans iv. Labor/worker/farms v. Economy is supply lowly valued raw materials to gas and fuel in external “global” economy d. Prices of raw materials not determined by exporting i. Africans do all the hard labor and other outside entities (Europeans) get all the profits from changing raw materials into useable materials ii. Working class, middle class, and peasants VS. Ruling class e. Consequences: i. Low national wealth to feed local economies ii. Adds to contradiction between new neo-colonial elites and the people who privatize III....
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2008 for the course AS&RC 191 taught by Professor Ademoyo, a during the Fall '07 term at Cornell.
- Fall '07
- ADEMOYO, A