Agriculture: People and Policies by Graham Cox

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K. Marx and F. Engels) London: Lawrence and Wishart. Marx, K. 1972. Capital, Vol. III London: Lawrence and Wishart. Marx, K. 1976. Capital, Vol. I Harmondsworth: Penguin. 40 Mollard, A. 1978. Paysans exploites. Grenoble: Presses Universitares de Grenoble. Murray, R. 1978. Value and theory of rent: part two. Capital and Class 4. Newby~1977. The deferential worker. London: Allen Lane. Pearse, A. 1980. Seeds of plenty, s·eeds of want: social and economic implications of the green revolution. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Engels) London: Lawrence and Wishart. Marx, K. 1972. Capital, Vol. III London: Lawrence and Wishart. Marx, K. 1976. Capital, Vol. I Harmondsworth: Penguin. 40 Mollard, A. 1978. Paysans exploites. Grenoble: Presses Universitares de Grenoble. Murray, R. 1978. Value and theory of rent: part two. Capital and Class 4. Newby~1977. The deferential worker. London: Allen Lane. Pearse, A. 1980. Seeds of plenty, s·eeds of want: social and economic implications of the green revolution. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Capinas, UNICAMP/IFCH/ DEPE) , mimeo. 41 3 Family enterprises in agriculture: structural limits and political possibilities HARRIET FRIEDMANN INTRODUCTION The family farm in advanced capitalist economies is a 'problem' that just will not go away. All of classical sociology, including Marxism, expected the household to give way completely to 'modern' industry. Those for whom it is not a problem have narrowed the classical vision: including those economists who are unconcerned with relations of production within enterprises, and those rural sociologists who are uncritical of the ideological 'naturalness' of family farming.

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