A Marxist reappraisal of Australian capitalism : the rise of Anglo-Colonial finance capital in New South Wales and Victoria, 1830-1890
This thesis investigates aspects of the formation and evolution of capitalism in colonial New South Wales. Four principal themes are addressed throughout the discussion: first, the role of British imperialism in establishing and shaping colonial capitalism; second, the role of the British and colonial states in expanding commodity relations; third, the dominant areas and agents involved in capital accumulation, and last, the nature of the class relations and property connections that...[Show more]
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