Document Type

Article

Abstract

Article argues that the process of enganche, or the procurement of native highlanders to labor in coastal Peruvian sugar plantations, stemmed in the period 1880-1905 from elements of coercion and violence, as well as capital incentives.

Publication Date

1-1-1980

Original Citation

Michael J. Gonzales "Capitalist Agriculture and Labour Contracting in Northern Peru, 1880-1905" Journal of Latin American Studies 12 (2) 1980, 291-315.

Legacy Department

Center for Latino and Latin American Studies

ISSN

0022-216X

Language

eng

Publisher

Cambridge University Press

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