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- Social Policy Review 20: Analysis and Debate in Social Policy, 2008.
- The Congo: plunder and resistance (Renton, David Seddon, & Leo Zeilig) - Africké informační centrum!
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Since well before Henry Morgan Stanley's fabled encounter with David Livingstone on the shore on Lake Tanganyika in the late 19th century and his subsequent collaboration with King Leopold of Belgium in looting the country of its mineral wealth, the Congo's history has been one of collaboration by a minority with, and struggle by the majority against, Western intervention. Before the colonial period, there were military struggles against annexation.
During Belgian rule, charismatic religious figures emerged, promising an end to white domination; copper miners struck for higher wages; and rural workers struggled for survival. During the second half of the 20th century, the Congo's efforts at disentanglement from Belgian rule, the murder of the nationalist leader Patrice Lumumba and the long dictatorship of General Mobutu culminated in one of the bloodiest wars the world has ever seen.
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Brand new: lowest price The lowest-priced, brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. This book traces the story of the Congo from the unleashing of King Leopards fury across the region in the 19th century, to the Western sponsored murder of Patrice Lumumba in to the that has ravaged the country since It is an immensely readable and radical introduction to the Congo that pays attention to the importance of economic production for social organization throughout the countrys recent history.
Plunder and Resistance
It also argues that the nature of global capitalism, far from always leading to modernization, can in fact mean the expansion of private capital accompanied by social collapse. As for the future, the hope is that another politics will emerge from the resistance of ordinary Congolese to imperialist slaughter and the post-independence Mobutu dictatorship. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Buy it now. Add to basket.