A century of change in Eastern Africa
This is a collection of essays that are sociohistorical analyses which link together a number of distinct communities or wide areas in the attempt to unravel what were neglected questions pertaining to precolonial Africa.
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General Editors Preface
Agrarian Revolution and the Land Question in Buganda
The Asian Question in Uganda 18941972
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