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Thursday, February 8, 2018
Class relations in agriculture
Geo 1410!
The economic includes: !
Productive forces,!
Geographical spaces !
Who controls society’s resources !
The 1% controls society !
Relations of productions: class relations !
How does capitalism enter agriculture?!
English path (15th and 18th century)!
Primitive accumulation !
Feudal and common property transformed !
Property owners transformed !
Peasants to wage labourers !
Trinity of 3 classes !
1 :the capitalist landowners!
2: capitalist tenant !
3: peasants aka wage labourers !
On going pa (primitive accumulation) !
Before the 15 century> little farmers would work for themselves and land owners
land for free !
Capitalism is progressive !
The price of some the agriculture increased, and as result got rid of peasant farmers
in order to gain profit !
Common land became privatized !
Prussian path (16th to 19th century germany) !
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Feudal landowners become capitalist!
Deploying coercive labour regimes !
No political revolutions FMP!
Happening still today !
American and canadian Path (late 18th century) !
Independent commodity producers !
Buy and sell commodities !
Mechanized farming in farmers !
Tend to be dierentiated in classes !
Capitalist farmers and wage labourers !
Asian path !
Land reforms in many societies !
Broke up feudal property !
Distributed land to small scale producers as result dierentiated classes !
Classes and petty commodity production !
Multiple classes!
Landless !
Poor peasants: cannot meet needs !
Middle class peasants !
Rich peasants: grow businesses !
Capitalist farmers !
Capitalist landlords !
Factors conditioning class dierentiation and fate of petty commodity production !
Access to LCFMT !
Nature (weather, soil)!
Prices of inputs vs output!
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The economic includes: productive forces, geographical spaces, who controls society"s resources. The 1% controls society: relations of productions: class relations, how does capitalism enter agriculture, english path (15th and 18th century, primitive accumulation. Feudal and common property transformed: property owners transformed, peasants to wage labourers. 3: peasants aka wage labourers: on going pa (primitive accumulation, before the 15 century> little farmers would work for themselves and land owners land for free, capitalism is progressive. The price of some the agriculture increased, and as result got rid of peasant farmers in order to gain pro t: common land became privatized, prussian path (16th to 19th century germany) Feudal landowners become capitalist: deploying coercive labour regimes, no political revolutions fmp, happening still today, american and canadian path (late 18th century) Independent commodity producers: buy and sell commodities, mechanized farming in farmers. Tend to be di erentiated in classes: capitalist farmers and wage labourers, asian path.

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