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Author: Steven C. Rubert
ISBN: 0896802035
Language: English
Pages: 271 pages
Category: Politics & Government
Publisher: Ohio University Press; 1 edition (November 30, 1998)
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Steven Rubert, influenced of the British Marxist historian . Thompson, sets out, in his study on tobacco farming and labor in Southern Rhodesia between 1890 and 1945, to write a "history from below" that examines the work, living conditions and socio-economic relationships of the tobacco laborers (p. ix, 187). The fifty years under investigation is of particular significance to Southern Rhodesia and its tobacco industry: in 1890 European settlers and officials, as part of the Pioneer Column of the British South Africa Company, began to settle land in Mashonaland.

A Most Promising Weed examines the work experience, living conditions, and social relations of thousands of African men, women, and children on European-owned tobacco farms in colonial Zimbabwe from 1890 to 1945

A Most Promising Weed examines the work experience, living conditions, and social relations of thousands of African men, women, and children on European-owned tobacco farms in colonial Zimbabwe from 1890 to 1945.

History of tobacco farming and labor Cover design by Chiquita Babb. In colonial zimbabwe, 1890–1945.

History of tobacco farming and labor. Ohio University Center for International Studies Monographs in International Studies Africa Series, No. 69. Cover design by Chiquita Babb. ISBN 0-89680-203-5, !7IA8J6-iacadc! OHIO. A Most Promising Weed.

Towards a people's history.

The Journal of African History. Athens: Ohio University Press, 1998. Pp. xvi + 255. £2. 0, paperback (ISBN 0-89680-203-5).

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See Steven Rubert, A Most Promising Weed: A History of Tobacco Farming and Labor in Colonial Zimbabwe, 1890–1945 (Athens, OH: Ohio University Center for International Studies, 1998); Kitching, Class and Economic Change in Kenya; Google Scholar.

A Most Promising Weed: A History of Tobacco Farming and Labor in Colonial Zimbabwe, 1890-1945. Beginning with a brief history of tobacco growing in Zimbabwe, this study focuses on the organization of workers' compounds and on the paid and unpaid labor performed by both women and children on those farms. Colonial and Post-Colonial Reconstructions of Customary Land Tenure in Zimbabwe. March 1998 · Social & Legal Studies.

A Most Promising Weed examines the work experience, living conditions, and social relations of thousands of African men, women, and children on European-owned tobacco farms in colonial Zimbabwe from 1890 to 1945. Steven C. Rubert provides evidence that Africans were not passive in their responses to the penetration of European capitalism into Zimbabwe but, on the contrary, helped to shape both the work and living conditions they encountered as they entered wage employment. Beginning with a brief history of tobacco growing in Zimbabwe, this study focuses on the organization of workers' compounds and on the paid and unpaid labor performed by both women and children on those farms.