The Fallacies of Hope: The Post-colonial Record of the Commonwealth Third World
James Mayall, Anthony Payne
Manchester University Press, 1991 - Commonwealth countries - 218 pages
A consideration of the evolution of the countries of the Commonwealth after the fall of the British Empire. The book focuses on the political development of the countries, as well as discussing their economic and social policies and international relations.
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