The Politics of Colonial Exploitation: Java, the Dutch, and the Cultivation System (Studies on Southeast Asia)

The Politics of Colonial Exploitation: Java, the Dutch, and the Cultivation System (Studies on Southeast Asia)
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The development of the reproductive program of the year 1840-1860 is the subject of this work by the Dutch scholar Cornelis Fasseur. With extensive investigation in archives and other raw supplies (including a report from the British ambassador in The Hague on the function and characteristics of the Dutch parliament), the author presents an overview of Dutch policy and decision- decision. It examines how they influenced the development of the reproductive system and reproductive system is affected Dutch position of governance in Java. This study of a system of state farms and forced labor of peasants reminds the reader of what is typically forgotten that political issues are usually indistinguishable from the economic. 1994th 2nd printing The Politics of Colonial Exploitation: Java, the Dutch, and the Cultivation System (Studies on Southeast Asia)

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