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NOT ALL LIBERATION MOVEMENTS LEAD TO DEMOCRACY: A COMPARATIVE CASE STUDY OF UGANDA AND ERITREA By OMUNU ABALU

@inproceedings{Morris2015NOTAL,
  title={NOT ALL LIBERATION MOVEMENTS LEAD TO DEMOCRACY: A COMPARATIVE CASE STUDY OF UGANDA AND ERITREA By OMUNU ABALU},
  author={G. Morris and Thorsten Spehn and L. McGuffey},
  year={2015}
}
Across Africa, there are many examples of liberation movements that rose up and fought against colonialism and post-colonial authoritarian regimes. Such long struggles have generated hopes for a better democratic future where the past failures had created doubts about the prospects for democracy on this continent. Ideally, these liberation movements should provide alternative viable democratic governments. However, few comparative case studies have looked at failed democratization in African… Expand

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