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A Social Change in the Colonial Situation
B The Time of Troubles
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Abidjan Accra activity Afrique Akan Apter areas Ashanti aspirations Balandier Brazzavilles British West Africa Busia Cahiers Cardaire chefs chiefs Christian churches civil cocoa colonial administration colonial power correlation Côte d'lvoire created cults cultural Dakar demand dyarchy economic elections elite ethnic European fact factor formed French West Africa functions Ghana Gold Coast groups Hailey hence hero Hodgkin Holas Houphouet Ibid independence indirect rule individual institutions intellectuals interest internal interviewer Islam Ivory Coast J. B. Danquah Kumasi Kwame Nkrumah leaders less membership Milcent modern Moslem nationalist movement nationalist party native Nigeria noire norms notes observes occupational opposition organizations period persons politique population prestige problem religious role Schachter schools Sekondi-Takoradi Siriex situation social change social structure society Sociologie status territories tion trade trade-union traditional tribal tribe Union University urban voluntary associations Western