07 - World History Lecture Notes 10/8/07 I.) II.) III.)...

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World History Lecture Notes 10/8/07 I.) What were the main features of the African slave trade. How should we interpret them? II.) How does marks interpret the African slave trade trade cites geo-politcal implications? III.) How does Wolf interpret the African slave trade its implications regarding modes of production? Implication of narratives of capitalism- it was warmly welcomed, and not solely by Capitalists, and would be welcomed by peasants In tributary system - commoners- people who lived as peasants but had access to common lands to survive - massive assaults to the commoners and commoners rights - expropriation - taking away; certain claims on land and broader rights were taken away from English commoners - expropriation is not enough to assemble a labor force - d eracination - up rooting - as things are taken away people have to move or are forced to move, and are easier moved to where they are need for capital. - After being moved they are subject to discipline (physical discipline, wipes, hanging, and threats to reorganize workers actions to
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course HIST/MATH 79-104 and taught by Professor Rouse,katerina during the Fall '08 term at Carnegie Mellon.

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07 - World History Lecture Notes 10/8/07 I.) II.) III.)...

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