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From Peasants and Tribesmen to Plantation Workers

Colonial Captialism, Reproduction of Labour Power and Proletarianisation in North East India, 1850s to 1947 Ranajit Das Gupta The plantation system, essentially an enclave economy, had some special requirements with regard to labour. These requirements led to the imposition of a particular mode of control and authority over its labouring population which in its turn imparted to the latter some qualitative characteristics which differentiated them from other segments of the wage earning labour force.

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