Mineworkers in Zambia

Labour and Political Change in Post-Colonial Africa

A study of the political roles of mineworkers in Zambia from independence through to the end of the 20th century. Les mer

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A study of the political roles of mineworkers in Zambia from independence through to the end of the 20th century.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Acknowledgements - vii
Map of the Zambian Copperbelt - ix
Introduction - 1
1. Mineworkers and Political Change in Northern Rhodesia, 1935-1964 - 29
2. Zambia's Political Economy, 1964-1991 - 42
3. From Independence to the One-Party State, 1964-1972 - 59
4. Talking in Dark Corners, 1973-1981 - 97
5. 'The Hour Has Come at the Pit', 1981-1991 - 134
6. 'To Die a Little': Political and Economic Liberalisation, 1991-2005 - 173
Conclusion - 191
Notes - 205
Appendix 1: Interviewees - 237
Appendix 2: Zambian Copper Mining Industry Statistics - 249
Bibliography - 251
Glossary - 264
Index - 267

Om forfatteren

A study of the political roles of mineworkers in Zambia from independence through to the end of the 20th century.Miles Larmer is Lecturer in Post-1945 Global History at Sheffield Hallam University.