The anti-dependence strategy of development : an evaluation of the theories and the strategy with reference to Tanzania 1961-1981
This thesis first discusses the views of dependence theorists, focusing on Frank, Amin, Cardoso and dos Santos. Frank asserts that relations of production in Latin America and the rest of the Third World are capitalist, and that capitalism does not generate development in those countries, since it has not done so during the long time it has structurally dominated them. Therefore reforms within this dependence structure will bring neither autonomy nor development. Only a socialist...[Show more]
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