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The story of an African working class

Ghanaian miners" struggles, 1870-1980
  • 200 Pages
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Zed Books, US distributor, Biblio Distribution Center , London, Totowa, N.J
Gold miners -- Ghana -- History., Working class -- Africa -- History -- 20th century., Working class -- Africa -- History -- 19th cen

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Ghana, A

StatementJeff Crisp.
SeriesThird World studies, Africa labour studies
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD8039.M732 G43 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 200 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2977007M
ISBN 100862321506
LC Control Number84225994

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1 A Conceptual Framework for African Labour History 1. Labour Control and Labour Resistance 1. Strategies of Control and Modes of Resistance 3. The Structure of Conflict in Ghana's Gold Mines 8. Towards a History of the African Working Class 2 The Labour Question and the Contradictions of Control, 14Author: Jeff Crisp.

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