PORTUGAL'S AFRICAN "WARDS" - A First Hand Report on Labor and Education in Moҫambique

Africa Today Pamphlets: 2
(Second printing)
by Marvin Harris, American Committee on Africa
New York, New York, United States
July 1960
Publisher: American Committee on Africa
40 pages
Contents: AUTHOR'S PREFACE • PORTUGAL'S AFRICAN "WARDS"-A FIRST-HAND REPORT ON LABOR AND EDUCATION IN MOҪAMBIQUE • THE INDIGENATO • CONTROL OF THE INDIGENA • EDUCATION AS CONTROL • AFRICAN LABOR: THE BACKGROUND • FORCED LABOR • LABOR EMIGRATION • FORCED CROPS • CONCLUSION • Publications of the AMERICAN COMMITTEE ON AFRICA [Note: according to the author indigenato are juridical and administrative controls over the majority of the people in Mozambique, Angola and Guinea-Bissau who are defined as defined as indigenas (natives).]
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