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by Tom Brass,Marcel van der Linden
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Brass, Tom and Marcel van der Linden (eds) (1997) Free and Unfree Labour. The Debate Continues, International and Comparative Social History, . Peter Lang, Bern. Brass, Tom (1995) New Farmers' Movements in India, London: Frank Cass.
Tom Brass and Marcel Van Der Linden (ed., Free and Unfree Labour: The Debate Continues (International and Comparative Social History . Arthur Diquattro, "The Labor Theory of Value and Simple Commodity Production"., Free and Unfree Labour: The Debate Continues (International and Comparative Social History, 5). New York: Peter Lang AG, 1997. Science & Society, Vol. 71, No. 4, October 2007, 455–483.
Journal of Social History 3. (2000) 218-220 This volume is a collection of papers delivered at a conference on free and unfree labor organized by the International Institute of Social History in 1995. While the majority of the essays focus on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, some reach back as far as the sixteenth century.
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International and Comparative Social History. Tom Brass and Marcel van der Linden. Contrary to purported wisdom, these forms of exploitation have not disappeared during the twentieth century. Fascist and Stalinist dictatorships used forced labour on a massive scale, while unfree labour has been increasing in several parts of the world in recent years. Labour historians have traditionally somewhat neglected the problem of coerced labour.
Free And Unfree Labour. The Debate Continues (International and Comparative Social History, 5). by Tom Brass. Published December 1997 by Peter Lang. The Debate Continues. Ed. by Tom Brass and Marcel van der Linden. Peter Lang, Bern 1997. Send article to Kindle. To send this article to your Kindle, first ensure no-replyridge. Find out more about sending to your Kindle.
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