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Politicians, Farmers, and Ecologists

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The decline of African plains game has been taking place for all of the twentieth century. At the same time, rural poverty has become a larger problem on the continent, and many scholars have found a connection between the two. This paper examines Zimbabwe's policies of private wildlife ranching from both a political and an ecological perspective. The research finds that although commercial wildlife ranching is an ecological and economic success, there are large political problems with this rapidly developing land use practice, given the continuing racial disparities in land tenure in Zimbabwe.


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Affiliations: 1: Department of Political Science, Florida International University, Miami, Florida 33199, USA


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