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A Legacy of Exploitation


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Introduction: Exploitation and Autonomy1 Reciprocity and Dispossession: Processes of Transformation2 Monopoly and Competition: Contests over Indigenous Peoples' Labour and Land3 Honour and Duplicity: Debts of Rivals, Dreams of an Aristocrat4 Servitude and Independence: The Settler Colonial "Experiment" Begins5 Menace and Ally: Proclamation as Provocation6 Consciousness and Ignorance: New Nation, Old GrievancesConclusion: Continuity and ChangeNotes; Bibliography; Index

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Susan Dianne Brophy is an associate professor and chair of the Department of Sociology and Legal Studies at St. Jerome's University (federated with the University of Waterloo). She has published in journals including Constellations, European Journal of Political Theory, Labour/Le travail, Law and Critique, and Settler Colonial Studies.


In providing this "fundamental rethink" of Marxist analysis, the author has cleared a path that other scholars will surely follow. This is an important book. -- James Daschuk, University of Regina * The Western Historical Quarterly *

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