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Reference
Bond, Patrick (2009) Primitive Accumulation, Enclavity, Rural
Marginalisation & Articulation. Review of African Political Economy Vol.34 No.111 : 1-9.

Summary
In March 2006, the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Centre for Civil Society in
Durban aimed to reinvigorate a tradition of political economy by considering
the legacies of Guy Mhone and José Negrão (who died in 2005) along with
two others whose work was based on accounts of ‘primitive accumulation’:
Rosa Luxemburg and South African sociologist Harold Wolpe (who died in
1996). The analytical traditions are diverse but complementary. Together they
capture many of the ways that primitive accumulation continues to structure
and reproduce systems of inequality.

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