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EXCHANGE AND SURPLUS EXTRACTION
FORCED COMMERCE IN THE MARKET
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accumulation agrarian analysis argument arrangements asset assumed backward agriculture balance basis becomes borrowing capital cash Chapter characterized collateral condition Consequently considerably constant consumption loan context corresponding crop cultivated debt default dependence differentiation direct discussion distress economic entire equation equilibrium essentially exchange existence exploitation expropriating extraction farms forced commerce formal given harvest higher historical holds households implies important income increase indebtedness India initial interest investment involuntary involvement labour land land transfer landlord lead lender less limited means mechanism method moneylenders nature operation organized output paddy pattern peasantry period Phase poor position possibility production profit proportion provides rate of interest region relations relatively rent repayment result rural seasonal share situation small peasants subsistence surplus Table takes technological improvement tenant tend types typically unit unproductive investment usually wage Zamindari