First published in 1975, this paper argues that the vastly different terms on which Africans, native Americans and Europeans were incorporated into capitalist accumulation in the Americas underlie the concrete forms of embedded racism that continue to be seen in these societies, as well as the ideologies and politics of resistance. Of relevance to the on-going debate over race in the Americas.
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