Robinson essay on marxian economics

Some of what I did among the people I came to know in the field was to record their personal histories, the most important being that of my friend Eustaquio “Taso” Zayas, a Puerto Rican sugar worker, Worker in the Cane . Such orally narrated chronicles enable us to see more clearly what recent history is like, for “ordinary” people, and to remind us again that such people are as important, as smart, and as articulate as we are – whoever we are. Now a well established part of anthropological research, oral history has been reinforced by recent pathbreaking investigations by historians as well.

Robinson essay on marxian economics

robinson essay on marxian economics

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