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Boston University papers on Africa; transition in African politics. Edited by Jeffrey Butler and A. A. Castagno.

Publication:
New York, Published for the African Studies Center of Boston University [by] Praeger [1967]
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Book
ix, 342 p. illus. 25 cm.
Series:
Praeger special studies in international politics and public affairs
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Other Title:
Transition in African politics.
Subjects:
Africa -- Politics.
Contents:
Religion and politics in independent African states: a prolegomenon, by V. C. Ferkiss.
Pan-African trade-union organization, by D. Nelkin.
Co-operation, conflict, and conscription: TANU-TFL relations, 1955-1964, by W. H. Friedland.
Trade unionism develops in Ethiopia, by A. Zack.
Chieftaincy and the adaptation of customary law in Ghana, by L. Rubin.
Political and constitutional change in the Bechuanaland Protectorate, by R. H. Edwards.
An informal political economy, by G. Jenkins.
Dilemmas of political theory in an African context: the ideology of Julius Nyerere, by H. Glickman.
TANU and UPC: the impact of independence on two African nationalist parties, by J. S. Nye, Jr.
Politics in Uganda: the Buganda question, by T. K. Hopkins.
Majimbo schemes in Kenya and Uganda, by D. Rothchild.
Party and state relations in Guinea, by L. Behrman.
Notes:
"Papers ... given at a faculty Seminar on African Politics at Boston University's African Studies Center (1963-1965)"
Includes bibliographical references.
Contributor:
Butler, Jeffrey, ed.
Castagno, A. A. (Alphonso Anthony), 1920- ed.
Boston University. African Studies Center.
OCLC:
345424