Politics in Africa: A New Beginning? (New Horizons in Comparative Politics)

Carlene J. Edie
Examining the idea that politics in Africa are influenced by both internal and external forces, POLITICS IN AFRICA evaluates the management of power by the post-colonial African state over the four decades of the 1960's through the 1990's. The text's goal is to show students the extent to which state-society relations in African countries have been transformed by the domestic and external pressures of the 1990's--and, in doing so, offer a context within which to understand Africa and its relationship with the world. This text is a part of the New Horizons in Comparative Politics Series.


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