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In contrast `internal' factors particularly related to the role of the state in newly independent countries are given pride of place on the production oriented approach . 6 It is also `internal' factors which are identified as the major obstacles to capitalist development in the Third World . Although the implications of the international spread of capitalism for the first centres of capitalist development are not analysed by Warren or Schiffer, some tentative implications can be drawn from the previous discussion.