Peter Nikolaus Funke
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Sat Nov 23 06:58:53 MST 2013
Yes, that is helpful.
On Nov 23, 2013, at 8:48 AM, Levins, Richard wrote:
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> Dear Peter, I assume that "politics" is not limited to national politics. One feature of many developing countries is the mixture of imperial and traditional law affecting access to land, property, etc. And village councils, that are a combination of older egalitarian rules with colonial corrupt legality creating the ambiguities of village councils. I have trouble remembering references, but that is a useful direction. Dick Levins
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>> On 11/23/13 5:21 AM, Peter Nikolaus Funke wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> I am putting together an undergraduate course on "the politics of developing areas" as it is called here. Any critical reading suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
>> Peter, this is a bit broad. Could you be a bit more specific? For example, the "politics" can refer to the new governments in Latin America that are influenced by Hugo Chavez. Or the older "communist" currents like Fidel Castro or those that have not taken power, like the Maoists in Nepal? Or the bourgeois parties that resist them, like the Middle Eastern dictatorships?
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