Tanzania-Zambia railway, supranational network, neocolonial control
Case histories describes the joint attempt of Tanzania and Zambia to escape from the supranational network that controlled southern Africa, by expanding links across the Indian Ocean by building a railroad that would give Central Africa a way to export minerals outside the control of the southern African system. Author warned "the extraction and processing of ores is, in all circumstances, an interdependent part of a larger scale world industrial system" (p. 102).
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Tanzania-Zambia Railway: Escape Route from Neocolonial Control?, Nonaligned Third World Annual 1970 Books International of DH-TE International, p. 93-103
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Wolfe, Alvin W., "Tanzania-Zambia Railway: Escape Route from Neocolonial Control?" (1970). Anthropology Faculty Publications. 10.