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Robert Louis Stevenson’s Interpretation of Plantation Economies in Samoa, 1880s

When Europeans began establishing colonies and plantation economies abroad in the late 19th century, little consideration was given to their possible negative impact on local populations.   On the contrary, their introduction was generally viewed as a ‘good thing’ – a … Continue reading

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