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The statistics show that Africa is today underdeveloped are the statistics representing the state of affairs at the end of colonialism.”For that matter, the figures at the end of the first decade of African independence in spheres such as health, housing, and education are often several times higher than the figures inherited by the newly independent governments.
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In another study in the _Critique of the Political Economy of the Sign_, Baudrillard noted how the “TV Object” was becoming the center of the household and was serving an essential “proof function” that the owner was a genuine member of the consumer society (CPRES, pp. 53ff.). The accelerating role of the media in contemporary society is for Baudrillard equivalent to THE FALL into the postmodern society of simulations from the modern universe of production.
Thus Baudrillard is really writing a requiem here for a ‘Marxist theory of the media’ arguing: “McLuhan has said, with his usual Canadian-Texan brutalness, that Marx, the spiritual contemporary of the steam engine and railroads, was already obsolete in his lifetime with the appearance of the telegraph.