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Opening with a diagnosis of present-day imperialist and neocolonialist intervention in Africa and the repressive role of racist-settler minority governments, the author explains why the armed phase of the African Revolution became necessary. As ever, Kwame Nkrumah is the ardent advocate of the co-ordination of policy and strategy on a continental scale. First published 1968.
|Year of publication||1968|