Persistence of Subsistence Agriculture Life Beneath the Level of the Marketplace
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The Persistence of Subsistence Agriculture shows how the new market-based world has transformed the lives of self-sufficient rural farmers. Tony Waters uses diverse examples to illustrate how the modern market economy captured persistent subsistence farmers and forever altered life in eighteenth-century Scotland, the nineteenth-century United States, twentieth-century Tanzania, and, indeed, the entire modern world. Book jacket.
Publisher: Lexington Books
Publication date: 4/15/2008
Size: 5.75" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
|List of Figures, Tables, Photos and Drawings|
|List of Text Boxes|
|The Persistence of Subsistence: Life Beneath the Level of the Marketplace|
|Why Subsistence Peasants Are Important|
|Theoretical Overview: Life Beneath the Level of the Marketplace|
|Pre-industrial Scotland, or How Adam Smith Got Workers into His Pin Factory|
|The Persistence of the Subsistence Peasant from the Eighteenth to the Twenty-first Century|
|America's Triumphant Subsistence Peasantry 1620-1820, or How Daniel Boone Ran from Ben Franklin's Shopkeepers|
|Squatting, Pre-emption, and Nowhere Left to Run: An Ascendant Market Catches Pa Ingalls|
|Modern Tanzania and the Long Triumph of Subsistence Farmers|
|The Persistent Modern Tanzanian Subsistence Peasant|
|Conclusions: Challenging Development Orthodoxies|
|Theoretical Implications: Understanding Economic Growth as a Risky and Recurrent Process|
|Modern Development and the Subsistence Peasantry|
|About the Author|