Control & Crisis in Colonial Kenya: The Dialectic of Domination

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Index
Aaronivitch, S. and D., 9, 189, 191, 193 n. 109
abstraction of social relations, 27-28, 376 n. 85
accumulation, 28-29, 34, 41-42, 66-67, 82, 129, 151-53, 161-172 passim, 186, 291; by Africans, 53, 60, 67, 200-201, 203, 212-213, 217, 218-226 passim; control by the colonial state, 235-238, 245, 292, 300, 315; among the Kikuyu, 228-229; dialectic of control and, 431-440 passim
administration, (see 'bureaucracy', 'provincial administration' and 'state, colonial')
AFL-CIO ( United States), 391
African assistant administrative officers, 312
African District Councils (see also ' Local Native Councils'), 312, 329
African Land Development Board (ALDEV), 280, 291, 297 n. 86
African Land Utilization and Settlement Board (ALUS), 329
African Inland Mission (AIM), 252 n. 91
African Workers' Federation, 326-327, 390
Agricultural Advances Board, 167
Agricultural Development Corporation, 412, 413
Agricultural Finance Corporation, 412, 413
Agriculture Department (later, Ministry of), 86-88, 275, 279; personnel, 102; pressure on Africans, 237, 242; services, 163, 235; post-1945 development of, 290; expatriates in, 415
ahoi (see also 'land, Kikuyu forms of tenure'), 248 n. 28
Ainsworth, John, 65, 110, 112, 123 n. 71, 126, 152, 192 n. 85
Alavi, Hamza, 10
Alford, Robert, 46
Allen, Charles, 119
Althusser, Louis, 11, 17, 43 n. 4
Amery, Leopold, 79, 198 n. 177
Amsden, Alice, 419, 420, 423
Anderson, John, 250, 251
Anderson, Perry, 8, 18-20, 45, 115 n. 2 anti-rationalism, in colonial state, 105
Anti-slavery Society ( Britain), 138
armed forces (British), African service in, 302; post-war treatment of veterans, 304; during Emergency, 348, 350-351, 372 n. 13; atrocities by, 356-358
Armstrong, John, 116, 117, 123, 125
articulation, 9, 34-43, 47 n. 76; of settler estates with African production, 67, 83-84, 143-144, 201-202, 218, 221, 238; of colony and metropole, 180-181, weak- ened during Depression, 183; changes during and after World War Two, 257-262 passim; decline of metropolitan capital with settler estate production 274, growing contradictions of, 300, 303; shift away from settlers, 378-379; of metropolitan and African capital 383-384, 405, 408, 417; crisis of in Kenya, 428-429
Asians, 51, 54, 66, 140, 142, 160, 169-170, 176, 178-179, 196 n. 146, 234, 238, 303, 304, 307, 384; as potential industrial bourgeoisie, 270-273 passim, 289, 401
Askwith, T. G., 359-361, 362, 375
Associated Portland Cement, 179
Associated Producers of East Africa ( Britain), 140

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