The Introduction of the Maize Crop and Early Days of Poverty Creation in Africa

The main argument is that the introduction of the maize crop in Africa was a precursor to widespread poverty and disenfranchisement of a people. Also, the future perhaps lies in the development of Africa’s lost crops.

The Introduction of the Maize Crop and Early Days of Poverty Creation in Africa
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