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Title:Algerian Landownership and Rural Leadership, 1860-1914: A Quantitive Approach
Author:Sivers, Peter von
Year:1979
Periodical:Maghreb Review
Volume:3
Issue:2
Period:March-April
Pages:58-64
Language:English
Geographic term:Algeria
Subjects:landownership
household income
History and Exploration
Law, Human Rights and Violence
Peoples of Africa (Ethnic Groups)
Agriculture, Natural Resources and the Environment
colonialism
Abstract:This article investigates the evolution of the politically weak Algerian upper stratum, which through their landed and agricultural wealth wielded considerable economic influence, from the decisive angle which hitherto has been neglected, namely, that of personal income: Political leaders and landownership - The private gross incomes of the Algerian leaders - Rural social rise and decline. Fig.
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