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The African Experience: An Introduction

  title={The African Experience: An Introduction},
  author={V. Khapoya},
Chapter 1. The Continent and Its People Chapter 2. African Traditional Institutions Chapter 3. Political Development in Historic Africa Chapter 4. Colonialism and the African Experience Chapter 5. African Nationalism and the Struggle for Freedom Chapter 6. African Independence: The First Thirty Years Chapter 7. The African Struggle for Democracy and Free Markets Chapter 8. Africa in World Affairs 
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