The Organization of Production in the Pre-Colonial Southeast Asian Port City
Much of the writing on Asian port cities in recent years, including the present volume, has been devoted to understanding the functioning and role of European colonial port cities-'beachheads of an exogenous system ... peripheral but nevertheless revolutionary'. 1 These colonial ports in Asia were indeed revolutionary, chiefly because they became in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries the channel through which the industrial revolution and finance capitalism began to transform Asia....[Show more]
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