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By Waldo Ansaldi

ISBN-10: 9871496338

ISBN-13: 9789871496334

A partir de los angeles proposal rectora de que América Latina es una construcción histórica que se constituye desde su origen como unidad estructuralmente desigual y diversa, Waldo Ansaldi y Verónica Giordano despliegan en este libro un análisis de l. a. realidad histórica, social y política de los angeles región, que puede leerse de dos maneras complementarias: como una historia social de lo político y, también, como una historia política de lo social. A diferencia de l. a. perspectiva que adopta en pensamiento conservador, el pensamiento crítico puesto en acto en este volumen propone que el orden es una construcción histórica, colectiva, política y conflictiva. los angeles formación del Estado, l. a. creación de l. a. nación y l. a. constitución de las condiciones que posibilitaron l. a. inserción internacional de nuestra economía son los procesos sobre los que se enfoca y desarrolla el riguroso análisis de los autores. América Latina, los angeles construcción del orden no pretende reconstruir paso a paso l. a. historia de l. a. región, sino advertir sobre l. a. compleja trama de procesos en l. a. construcción del orden, en el que las cuestiones del poder, los angeles explotación y l. a. dominación se encuentran en un primer plano. En palabras del destacado investigador Norbert Lechner, si el orden no es concebido como acción colectiva, “la diversidad no logra ser asumida como pluralidad, sino que es vivida como una desintegración cada vez más insoportable”. Pensada en dos volúmenes, esta primer entrega de América Latina. l. a. construcción del orden se convertirá sin duda en un clásico de obligada referencia para los estudios acerca de los angeles región.

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They believed that social and economic security were dependent upon private cultivation, and labour on the estates was taken up only because immediate economic pressures so dictated. The significance assigned to the ownership and control of land during the slave era continued into the years following emancipation. In addition, some new conditions arose which increased this significance. 80 These conditions were not 34 Ideology and Class Conflict in Jamaica easily or often met, largely due to perpetual disputes over legal titles to land.

Between 1836 and 1846, the number of sugar estates declined from 670 to 5i3-51 By 1850, about 400,000 acres of land had been abandoned. The former slaves, identifying strongly with their role as cultivators of provision grounds, and rejecting their experiences as forced workers on the plantations, were reluctant to return to the plantations as wage labourers. With large tracts of land available for occupancy, private family production was carried over to the postemancipation period. " They occupied land surrounding the plantation areas wherever it was available.

125 Emigration channels remained virtually closed until after World War n. The second major outlet for the mass of rural unemployed was the growing urban centre of Kingston and neighbouring St Andrew. 126 From the late iSoos, however, and particularly from the 19205, Kingston entered a new period of rapid development and expansion. 127 As steamships came to replace sailing ships, increased investment was made in warehouses and docking facilities. Kingston provided the only deepwater port on the island that could accommodate more than one ship at a time, eliminating the need for expensive lighters to load and unload stock.

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