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Institutions and Ethnic Politics in Africa
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Slaves, Spices, and Ivory in Zanzibar: Integration of an East African Commercial Empire into the World Economy, 1770-1873
The rise of Zanzibar was based on two major economic transformations. Firstly slaves became used for producing cloves and grains for export. Previously the slaves themselves were exported. Secondly,Expand
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The Africans. A Triple Heritage
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Fitness and the effect of exercise training on the dietary intake of healthy adolescents
OBJECTIVE: In healthy, nonobese, adolescent males and females to: (1) Determine the relationship between fitness and energy intake; (2) assess the effect of five-weeks endurance training on energyExpand
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Alcohol, racial segregation and popular politics in northern rhodesia
IN June of I962, during a debate in the Northern Rhodesia Legislative Assembly, one of the few African members made a prediction: 'I think as soon as we have an African government in this country,Expand
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Popular Films and Colonial Audiences: The Movies in Northern Rhodesia
DURING THE 1940S AND 1950S, NO VISITOR to the coppermining cities of colonial Northern Rhodesia (Zambia) in central Africa could escape the visible marks of the impact of American films.1 In the vastExpand
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The Renovation of Custom in Colonial Kenya: the 1932 Generation Succession Ceremonies in Embu *
The role of custom and tradition in the development of colonial rule in Africa has received little attention from scholars. Historians of colonial Kenya, particularly, have focused on the powerfulExpand
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