Angry Laughter: A Biting Satire On An Inept African Civilian Government And Its Brutal Military Successor

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Wasteland Press, Nov 1, 2004 - Fiction - 68 pages
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Written in the Orwellian tradition of Animal Farm, Angry Laughter is one of the most biting political satires to come out of Africa. In this tale of dark political intrigue and betrayal, Baba Jallow ridicules the absurd antics of an inept and corrupt civilian government and its removal and replacement by a group of semi-illiterate military saviors', who turn out to be far more absurd, corrupt and brutal than their predecessors. While exceedingly funny and often lighthearted, Angry Laughter awakens us to the cruel excesses of Africa's power-crazed despots, the sorry plight of her oppressed peoples, the very real dangers of civil war and the continent's nauseating politics of brutality. This book is essential reading for anyone interested in the nature and dynamics of contemporary African politics and why, in particular, the continent is riddled with bloody civil wars.

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
4
Section 3
7
Section 4
11
Section 5
14
Section 6
21
Section 7
25
Section 8
29
Section 9
32
Section 10
36
Section 11
39
Section 12
44
Section 13
48
Section 14
55
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