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Multi-party Politics in Kenya: The Kenyatta & Moi States & the Triumph of ...
David Throup,Charles Hornsby
No preview available - 1998
Examining Land Law and Tenure Issues Arising Under the New Uganda Constitution
Good Governance and the African Capacity Building Foundation
Unbounded Politics and the Political
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Abaluhya ACBF activists African National alliance ANC and SWAPO apartheid areas argued cabinet campaign candidates capacity building Central challenge Christian civic organisation civil society colonial Communist Party Constitution COSATU countries Daniel arap Moi democracy democratic economic elections electoral ethnic exile FORD-Asili FORD-Kenya George Saitoti government's growth ibid Inkatha institutions internal issue Jeremy Cronin Johannesburg Joseph Kamotho Kalenjin Kamotho KANU KANU tribes KANU's Kenneth Matiba Kenya Kenyatta Kibaki Kikuyu labour land in freehold leaders leadership liberation movements Luhya Lukiko Maasai Mandela Matiba Minister Moi's multi-party Mwai Kibaki Nairobi Nicholas Biwott non-citizens opposition parties Parliament party's political party population President Moi programme Province Raila Raila Odinga reform regime represented revolutionary Rift Valley role rule SACP Saitoti sector social South Africa strategy structures struggle Sub-Saharan Africa township trade union Uganda unbounded politics urban violence Wamalwa women workers