Colonial vicissitudes & the final passage of 20th Century Capital – Bibliography

Bibliography for the Legacy of Colonialism Forum lead-article.

Bibliography:

Chapter-1:  
1). Bronterre O’Brien, the British Chartist Movement, 1835.
2). S.I.Martin, (1999): “BRITAIN’S SLAVE TRADE”, (p-25).
3). B F Bankie: “AFRICA: TWO NATIONS, ONE DESTINY?”, a presentation at the Global Afrikan Conference held in Paramaribo, Surnimam on October 4, 2004, published in the Jan/Feb 2007 issue of Burning Spear newspaper, Volume 24, No.5
4). Ibid, S.I. Martin, (p-25)
5). Ibid, S.I. Martin, (p-28)
6). Walter Rodney (1972): “HOW EUROPE UNDERDEVELOPED AFRICA”, (p-22)
7). Ibid, Walter Rodney, (p-99)
8). Ibid, S.I. Martin, (p-3)
9). Ibid, Walter Rodney (p-141)
10). Ibid, Walter Rodney (p-112).
11). Ibid, Walter Rodney (p-137)
12). Ibid, Walter Rodney, (p-136)
13). Ibid, Walter Rodney, (p-136)
14). Ibid, Walter Rodney, (p-149)
15). Ibid, Walter Rodney, (p-6)
16). Ibid, Walter Rodney, (p-160)
17). Robert Home & Hilary Lim, “DEMYSTIFYING THE HISTORY OF CAPITAL”
18). This Land of Africa, by Thomas Munjoma (Dept. of Land Economy at University of Aberdeen). Available from: https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/LegacyofColonialism/info (posted on: 26/10/2000)
19). Ibid, Thomas Munjoma
20). Ibid, Walter Rodney, (p-150)
21). Ibid, Walter Rodney, (p-150)
22). Ibid Walter Rodney, (p-152)
23). Bodley, J.H, Victims of Progress, Mayfield Publishing Company, Palo Alto, 1982, p-94, as quoted in “Whose Common Future? Reclaiming the Commons”, Vol.22, No.4, issue of The Ecologist’, July/August 1992.
24). Bodley, J.H, as above, p-94. See also Witte, J, “Deforestation in Zaire, The Ecologist Vol 22, No 2, March/April 1992, (pp 58-64), as quoted in “Whose Common Future? Reclaiming the Commons”, Vol.22, No.4, issue of The Ecologist’, July/August 1992.
25). Rabaul Times, 25 September 1936. Cited in Colchester, M Pirates, Squatters and Poachers: The Political Ecology of the Native Peoples of Sarawak, Survival International/INSAN, London and Kuala Lumpur, 1989), as quoted in “Whose Common Future? Reclaiming the Commons”, Vol.22, No.4, issue of The Ecologist’, July/August 1992.
26). Colchester, M, “Guatemala: The Clamour for Land and the fate of the Forests”, The Ecologist, Vol. 21, No4, July/August 1991,(pp 177-185), as quoted in “Whose Common Future? Reclaiming the Commons”, Vol.22, No.4, issue of The Ecologist’, July/August 1992.
27). Ibid Bodley, J.H, (p-128)
28). Ali, T and O’ Brien, J, “Land, Community and Protest in Sudanese Agriculture”, in Barker, J, The Politics of Agriculture in Tropical Africa, Sage Series on African Modernisation and Development, SAGE series , volume 9, Sage Publications, London 1984, (p-221), as quoted in “Whose Common Future? Reclaiming the Commons”, Vol.22, No.4, issue of The Ecologist’, July/August 1992.
29). Franke & Chassin, BH, Seeds of Famine: Ecological Destruction and the Development Dilemma in the West African Sahel, Landmark Studies, Allanheld, Osmun, New Jersey, 1980 (p.71), as quoted in “Whose Common Future? Reclaiming the Commons”, Vol.22, No.4, issue of The Ecologist’, July/August 1992.
30). Ibid, Ali, T and O’Brien, J (as above).
31). Eduardo Galeano: “BOLIVIA: THE COUNTRY THAT WANTS TO EXIST”, (taken from Issue 12 of the Bulletin of the Colombia Solidarity Campaign, Jan-March 2004).
32). H.G.Wells, (1945): “A SHORT HISTORY OF THE WORLD”, (Ch. LXIV)
33). Carrol Quigley, (1966): “TRAGEDY & HOPE: A HISTORY OF THE WORLD IN OUR TIME”, Macmillan, New York (p-139)
34). Richard Becker, “THE BATTLE FOR IRAQI OIL: US CORPORATE SKULDUGGERY SINCE WW1”, Workers World, October 31st, 2002.
35). Ankie Hoogvelt, (2001): “GLOBALISATION & THE POST-COLONIAL WORLD, The New Political Economy of Development”, (Palgrave, Hampshire, UK,) (p-205).
36). Shunpiking Magazine’, “Dossier on Palestine”, ‘ Vol.7, No.43 – October 28th 2002
37). Ibid Shunpiking
38). Jan Nederveen Pieterse: “EMPIRE & EMANCIPATION”, (Praeger, New York, 1987).
39). Joseph Massad, “ROME AND JERUSALEM REVISITED”, AL-AHRAM Online, 19th – 24th February 2004, Issue No. 678, Published in Cairo
       
Chapter-2:
1). Ankie Hoogvelt, (2001): “GLOBALISATION & THE POST-COLONIAL WORLD, The New Political Economy of Development”, (Palgrave, Hampshire, UK,) (p-38)
2). Ibid, Eduardo Galeano
3). Ibid Walter Rodney, (p-160)
4). Mahmood Mandani: “MISRULE BRITAINNIA”, (The Guardian, UK, Feb 8th, 2002)
5). Ibid Mahmood Mandani
6). C.Allen, “Understanding African politics”, Review of African Political Economy, Sept 1995, p-303, quoted by Seddon, in : “CLASS STRUGGLE & RESISTANCE IN AFRICA”, by Leo Zeilig, Anne Alexander, Peter Dwyer, Munyaradzi Gwisai, Miles Larmer, David Renton, David Seddon & Jussi Viinikka, 2002 (New Clarion Press, UK). (p.39-40).
7). Gwisai in: “CLASS STRUGGLE & RESISTANCE IN AFRICA”, by Leo Zeilig, Anne Alexander, Peter Dwyer, Munyaradzi Gwisai, Miles Larmer, David Renton, David Seddon & Jussi Viinikka, 2002 (New Clarion Press, UK).
8). Kwesi Kwaa Prah: “WAR & CONFLICT IN AFRICA: A BIRD’S-EYE VIEW”, 2000.
9). Mumia Abu-Jamal: “AFRICAN HOLOCAUSTS”, [9/13/03]
10). Susan George in: “FAITH & CREDIT”, by Susan George & Fabrizio Sabelli (Penguin, 1994).
11). “THE CHALLENGE TO THE SOUTH: THE REPORT OF THE SOUTH COMMISSION”, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1990

Chapter-3:
1). Alexander & Renton in: “CLASS STRUGGLE & RESISTANCE IN AFRICA”, by Leo Zeilig, Anne Alexander, Peter Dwyer, Munyaradzi Gwisai, Miles Larmer, David Renton, David Seddon & Jussi Viinikka, 2002 (New Clarion Press, UK).
2). “Britain in Iraq, 1914-32” by Peter Sluglett,taken from “THE BATTLE FOR IRAQI OIL: US CORPORATE SKULDUGGERY SINCE WW1”, by Richard Becker (Workers World, October 31st, 2002).
3). Noam Chomsky: “WORLD ORDERS, OLD AND NEW”, Pluto Press 1994
4. Mark Curtis: “UNPEOPLE: BRITAIN’S SECRET HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES”, 2004 (Vitage).
5). Mark Curtis: “THE GREAT DECEPTION: ANGLO-AMERICAN POWER AND THE WORLD ORDER”, Pluto Press 1998.
6). Mohammed Daud Miraki “THE NEW PARADIGM OF FORCED SOCIOECONOMIC UNDERDEVELOPMENT”
7). Aufheben 12: “OIL WARS AND WORLD ORDERS – NEW AND OLD”, [2004].
www.geocities.com/aufheben2/auf_12_oilwars.html
8). Taken from African Agenda Vol. 1 No.2 “A five to one return”, by Patrick Bond, 1995.
9). John Bunzl: “THE SIMULTANEOUS POLICY”, 2000 – New European Publications
10). Antoine Roger Lokongo: published on old website” www.congopanorama.info

Chapter-4:
1). Ankie Hoogvelt, (2001): “GLOBALISATION & THE POST-COLONIAL WORLD, The New Political Economy of Development”, (Palgrave, Hampshire, UK,)
2). Aufheben 12: “OIL WARS AND WORLD ORDERS – NEW AND OLD”, [2004]. HYPERLINK http://www.geocities.com/aufheben2/auf_12_oilwars.html
3). Aufheban 14: “Welcome to the Chinese century”
https://libcom.org/library/aufheben/aufheben-14-2006
4). Julio Godoy: “BUSHGATE: WHAT DID THE PRESIDENT KNOW AND WHEN DID HE KNOW IT?”, asia Times, 19 Nov 2001
5). Sophie Style: “PLAN PUEBLA-PANAMA: CORPORATE COLONISATION ROLLS ON”, taken from The Ecologist, June 2001
6). M. Castells: “END OF MILLENIUM”, (Basil Blackwell, 1998)
7). Michael Bakunin: “STATISM & ANARCHY”, written in 1873, first published in English language in 1990 by Bath Press.
8). I. Wallerstein: “THE CAPITALIST WORLD ECONOMY”, (1980, Cambridge University Press) p-5.
9). David Harvey, (2002), “THE ART OF RENT: GLOBALISATION, MONOPOLY AND THE COMMODIFICATION OF CULTURE”;
Ref: http:socialistregister.com/recent/2002/harvey2002
10). Mike Rowbotham: “THE GRIP OF DEATH”, 1998 [Jon Carpenter] A study of modern money, debt slavery and destructive economics

Chapter-5:
1). Robert Griffiths, General Secretary of the Communist-Party-of-Britain: “GLOBALISATION: A NEW EMERGING PHASE OF IMPERIALISM”, 2003
2). Bill Vorley: “FOOD, INC, CORPORATE CONCENTRATION FROM FARM TO CONSUMER”, published by the UK Food Group (2003)
3). Jeremy Corbyn, “Africa: a casualty of Empire-Building”, Morning Star, 23 March 2005
4). David Timms: Article taken from “WDM IN ACTION” by World Development Movement, Dec 2000, & Article in the ‘Morning Star’ by David Timms of the WDM, p-7, Thursday 28th December 2000
5). Mike Rowbotham: “THE GRIP OF DEATH”, 1998 [Jon Carpenter] A study of modern money, debt slavery and destructive economics
6). Tarek Elhttp://bookstore.petersoninstitute.org/book-store/4235.html Diwany: “FRACTIONAL RESERVE BANKING AND THE INTEREST-BASED MONEY SUPPLY”- A paper presented by at a meeting of the Association of Muslim Social Scientists, London School of Economics, London, October 1999.
7). Pittman, Mark & Ivry, Bob (2009) “Financial Rescue Nears GDP as Pledges Top $12.8 Trillion.” Bloomberg-Online, 31.03.2009
8). Kostigen, Thomas (Mar 6, 2009), “The $700 trillion elephant”, Market-Watch – Ref: https://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-700-trillion-elephant-room-theres
9). Tarullo, Daniel. K. (2008) “Banking on Basel: The Future of International Financial Regulation’’, Peterson Institute for International Economics – Ref: http://bookstore.petersoninstitute.org/book-store/4235.html
10). Larry Elliot and Dan Atkinson: ‘THE GODS THAT FAILED: HOW BLIND FAITH IN MARKETS HAS COST US OUR FUTURE’, (2008)
11). P.Bowring: “FROM POOR TO RICH: CAPITAL IS FLOWING IN THE WRONG DIRECTION”, International Herald Tribune, 12/12/2001
12). Jason Zweig, “Will Stock Buybacks Bite Back?“, Wall Street Journal, (Mar 21, 2014)
13). Office of Management & Budget, Executive Office of the President of the United States (2009) ‘Analytical Perspectives of the FY 2008 Budget’ – Budget of the United States Government – Fiscal Year 2008, Ref: http://www.gpoaccess.gov/usbudget/fy08/pdf/spec.pdf
14). Craig Eastland (2009) “Understanding the Financial Crisis or How We Got In the Mess We’re In”- Compensation and benefits for Law Offices, Issue No 09-06, pp-6
15). Gretchen Morgenson (11th March 2007), “Crisis Looms in Market for Mortgages”, The New York Times, Ref: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/03/11/business/11mortgage.html?_r=1
16). Xinhua News Agency, (21/04/2009)
17). Dawn Kopecki & Catherine Dodge (20th July 2009) “U.S. Rescue May Reach $23.7 Trillion, Barofsky Says”, Ref: http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aY0tX8UysIaM
18). New Economics Foundation/Jubilee Research: “The US as an HIPC or ‘heavily indebted prosperous country'”; April 2002
19). Traidcraft, June 2009. Ref: http://www.traidcraft.co.uk/get_involved/campaign/campaign_news/epas/SADC_EPA_sign.htm
20). JUBILEE SOUTH PAN-AFRICAN DECLARATION ON PRSPs Kampala, 10-12 May 2001
21). BRIEFING PAPER ON THE FOOD CRISIS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA, by Action Aid UK, 2002
22). Donald Mavunduse: “IT’S THE BANKS WOT DONE IT”, Red Pepper, Sept 2002
23). Stephen Devereaux [IDS]: “STATE OF DISASTER: CAUSES, CONSEQUENCES AND POLICY LESSONS FROM MALAWI”, June 2002“
24). Michael Lipton in “DEVELOPMENT POLICY REVIEW 1987-88” Journal, SECTION II
25). John Kampfner, The Guardian: (Fri February 8th, 2002): “CASH AND CARRY MISERY IN GHANA”,
26). Naiwu Osahon: “JUST BEFORE WE ALL DIE”, (World Pan-African Movement, June 2001).

Chapter-6:
1). Socialist Fight! “The Hegemonic Domination of US Imperialism; 1/1/2018: “Ref: https://socialistfight.com/2017/12/30/the-hegemonic-domination-of-us-imperialism/?fb_action_ids=10215461924249208&fb_action_types=news.publishes
2). Gillian Tett, Financial Times; October 22, 2009; “Rally fueled by cheap money brings on sense of foreboding” “Ref: https://www.ft.com/content/064f0ff2-bf2c-11de-a696-00144feab49a
3). Chris Brightman, Vitali Kalesnik & Mark Clements, for Research Affiliates (Oct 2015): “Are Buybacks an Oasis or a Mirage?“. Ref: https://www.researchaffiliates.com/en_us/publications/articles/385_are_buybacks_an_oasis_or_a_mirage.html
4). Lance Roberts, for Advisor Perspectives (29/06/2015): “”Debt Gone Wild” – Debt Funded Stock Buybacks Soar“; Ref: https://www.advisorperspectives.com/commentaries/2015/06/29/debt-gone-wild-debt-funded-stock-buybacks-soar
5). Jason Zweig, Wall Street Journal, 21/03/2014: “Will Stock Buybacks Bite Back?“; Ref: https://www.wsj.com/articles/will-stock-buybacks-bite-back-1395428707


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