In this title, originally published in 1920, Leonard Woolf traces the history of economic imperialism and explores the relations of Europe and Africa since 1876. This analysis of economic imperialism helped to shape attitudes to colonialism for more than one generation of radicals and socialists, and still has the power to influence and inform today.
Table of Contents
Part One: International Economic Policy; 1. Introductory 2. The State’s Range of Economic Action 3. The Economic Imperialism of Europe 4. Scope of the Enquiry; Part Two: Economic Imperialism in Africa; 1. Europe and Africa 2. Mediterranean Africa: Algeria 3. Mediterranean Africa: Tunis 4. Mediterranean Africa: Tunis and Tripoli 5. Abyssinia and the Nile 6. Zanzibar and East Africa 7. The Belgian Congo; Part Three: Reflections and Conclusions; 1. The Effects of Economic Imperialism 2. The Future of Africa; Index; Maps