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Frederick Cooper, Thomas C. Holt et Rebecca J. Scott, Beyond Slavery. Explorations of Race,Labor, and Citizenshipin Postemancipation Societies, Chapel Hill-Londres, The Universityof North Carolina Press, 2000, XII-198 p.

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1 Pour des études de cas, voir Klein, Martin A. (éd.), Breakingthe Chains: Slavery, Bondage, andEmancipation in Modern Africa and Asia, Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, 1993 Google Scholar.

2 Sur le passage du travail dépendant à une forme autoritaire de contrat (salariat bridé) ou à une forme libre (salariat libre), et la tension entre capitalisme et liberté, voir Boutang, Yann Moulier, De l’esclavage au salariat. Économie historique dusalariat bridé, Paris, PUF, 1998 Google Scholar, notamment le chap. 17 (” La transition brésilienne : le métissage du marché de la liberté »). Ce travail théorique impressionnant, publié deux ans avant Beyond Slavery, semble avoir échappé aux auteurs.

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