Colonialism and Violence in Nigeria

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  title={Colonialism and Violence in Nigeria},
  author={T{\'o}y{\`i}n F{\'a}lol{\'a}},
  year={2009}
}
  • T. Fálolá
  • Published 25 September 2009
  • History, Economics, Political Science
Preface Acknowledgments Major Events in Nigerian History Covered in This Book 1. Violence and Colonial Conquest 2. Resistance by Violence 3. Violence and Colonial Consolidation 4. Taxation and Conflicts 5. Gendered Violence 6. Verbal Violence and Radical Nationalism 7. Labor, Wages, and Riots Conclusion: Violence and Political Culture Notes Bibliography Index 
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