Crippled Giant: Nigeria Since Independence

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Hurst & Company, 1998 - Nigeria - 342 pages
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Eghosa Osaghae analyzes Nigerian politics since independence in 1960 in relation to the factors that have prevented Nigeria from being the giant that its resources and location in the global system entitle it to be. The conceptual framework links elements of the country's political culture and economy to its colonial creation and current location as a neo-colonial formation.

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