An original study of the life and work of Nkrumah which traces the development of his thought and practice. Key passages from Nkrumah's writings and those of contemporaries are drawn on to illuminate Nkrumah's great contributions as well as certain contradictory elements in his outlook. An excellent one-volume source.
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Nkrumahism in Domestic Rolicy
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A Critical Analysis of the Contributions of Notable Black Economists
Kojo A. Quartey
No preview available - 2003