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By M. William Phelps

Killing her wasn't enough...Sixteen-year-old Adrianne Reynolds couldn't get to the bottom of the twisted tangles of jealousy and domination complicating her new existence in East Moline, Illinois. What begun as a clean commence after a domestic lifestyles in Texas ended with Adrianne's physique charred, filled into rubbish luggage, and scattered. It appeared the paintings of hardened criminals, however the fact used to be way more awesome: her personal 'best friends' choked Adrianne to loss of life and lower her up. Now, grasp crime author M. William Phelps recounts this terrible saga of juvenile lust and violence in each gripping aspect

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The merchants and moneylenders had no need to sustain the traditional symbiotic relationship with their peasant debtors; they now foreclosed on the mortgaged property as quickly as possible and hired the dispossessed proprietor as an ill-paid, wage-earning day laborer. The corollary to this was that indebtedness generated pressure to deploy women’s resources—jewelry or cash—to rescue or enhance a family’s holdings within the first score years of the ryotwari settlement, when approximately  percent of the traditional peasantry lost their lands.

6 This state-of-the-art overview of the disabilities that women faced economically, socially, and legally reignited a feminist fervor that had dimmed after the passage of the Hindu Code in , which had given Hindu women some startling new rights such as the right to divorce and inherit urban property (but not agricultural land) equally with their brothers, and generally to benefit from what seemed to be fairer laws for women. The committee that authored Towards Equality famously embraced the view that bride-price is a marker for the high value placed on women.

As mortality from famines grew, the queries became more insistent; imperial officers generated questionnaires and reports to explain the horrifying immiseration of the victims as self-induced. It was simpler to exaggerate and condemn “wasteful” social expenditure—occasional feasts and gift giving, chiefly connected with wedding celebrations and dowry—than to acknowledge that governance by the British had created want among small landowners. Chapter  presents the evidence for this. Chapter  also explores the reasons that, despite sumptuary regulations passed in , the upward spiral in the costs of marriage in the colonial period continued.

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