|African Agriculture: The Critical Choices (UNU, 1990, 227 pages)|
|8. Tanzania: Imperialism, the state and the peasantry|
I have argued that neo-colonial situations entail the continuation of colonial policies, and that such policies represent an attempt to incorporate the peasantry firmly into the ambit of world capitalism. In countries such as Tanzania, where feudalism in any real sense has never existed, and where uninhabited land is still largely abundant the process of integrating the peasants into the world market is long and arduous.