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Planters, peasants and the colonial state: the impact of the Native Tobacco Board in the central province of Malawi
Few agricultural developments in colonial Malawi generated more controversy than did the growth of the tobacco industry in the Central Province. For successive Directors of Agriculture the remarkableExpand
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Blantyre transformed: Class, conflict and nationalism in urban Malawi
This article seeks to relate the character and changing circumstances of Blantyre-Limbe from the 1940s to the post-war emergence of a labour movement in the town and its tangled relationship withExpand
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Diversity of the gut microbiota and eczema in early life
BackgroundA modest number of prospective studies of the composition of the intestinal microbiota and eczema in early life have yielded conflicting results.ObjectiveTo examine the relationship betweenExpand
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Two GENERALIZATIONS which have rarely been challenged by historians of Central Africa concern the particular character of Malawi's economy and the special influence of Scottish missionaries.' TheExpand
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The Ambiguities of Nationalism: Flax Musopole and the Northern Factor in Malawian Politics, c. 1956-1966
This paper seeks to make a contribution to our understanding of political ethnicity by focusing on the role of northerners in Malawian politics between the mid-1950s and the cabinet crisis of 1964.Expand
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Fishing and the Colonial Economy: the Case of Malawi
Despite the evident importance of fishing in Malawi, its role in the territorial colonial economy has been largely ignored. This paper focuses on the evolution of fishing and fish-trading at theExpand
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Climate change and One Health
Abstract The journal The Lancet recently published a countdown on health and climate change. Attention was focused solely on humans. However, animals, including wildlife, livestock and pets, may alsoExpand
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