The Nation-State, Core and Periphery: A Brief sketch of Imperialism

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History

 

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Carol B

 

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February 16, 2016

 

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In contradistinction, numerous authors have attempted to elucidate the economic logic of imperialist policy. They orient their conception imperialism firmly within the logic of capitalist economic systems. Marx (1986, p. 703) wrote that a key element in the development of capitalism, the primitive accumulation of capital, was accumulation by dispossession...
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Marx (1986, p. 703) wrote that a key element in the development of capitalism, the primitive accumulation of capital, was accumulation by dispossession. Later Marxist theorists tried to map the relationships between core and peripheral zones within more advanced capitalist formations. Theories to this effect were formulated by Rosa Luxemburg and Vladimir Lenin (Brookfield, 1975, p...
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