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It is difficult to find a way of supplementing this meagre income within the market economy for jobs are scarce, and a minimum of capital is needed to trade. Those categories of the population such as small-holders, southern migrants, and women who cannot get a living within the market economy, must fall back on extra-market relationships. These are of two kinds, those entailing obligations of mutual help, and those predicting a political relationship of subordination and dependence. The first is specific to members of a ' tribal' orc lineage' community , who must have rights in lineage property to qualify as such.
However, ksar smallholders were particularly afraid that the government itself would take away their land, either in the interests of private individuals — this was their experience under the French - or in order to put up government buildings. These might be schools, shops, or houses for soldiers, but they represented 36 Estates, tribal groups and the market an incursion of foreigners into the established and mutually loyal community. There is a large category of smallholders whose migration to the town does not mean that they have sold their land, but that they want to supplement the income they derive from it, in order to meet their more sophisticated wants without selling land.
There are also many migrants from the inhospitable Ait Morghad and Ait Hadiddou homelands in the Central High Atlas and its south-western slopes. They have been driven north by the periodic drought and floods (every year travellers bring the same tragic story of devastation of fields and houses, death of animals and often of the friends and kin of their listeners). In the past they fled from tribal wars and the impracticability of their transhumant life, harried by the government as they were, and skimped of pastures by the encroachments on tribal lands which I have described above.