Quest for Equality: Asian Politics in East Africa, 1900-1967

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Orient Longman, 1993 - Africa, East - 231 pages
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A Study Of The Role Of Immigrants From The Indian Subcontinent In The Development Of Political Consciousness In Kenya, Tanganyika, Uganda And Zanzibar. The Author Believes That With Their Great Economic Strength, Industriousness And Ability To Articulate, The Asians Played A Pivotal Role In The Transition Of These Countries From Colonies To Independent States. This Is Apparently The First Book Which Comprehensively Covers The Role Of Asians In East African History Until Independence Came To These Territories.

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Robert G. Gregory is professor of history at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University.

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