Understanding Contemporary Africa

@inproceedings{Gordon1992UnderstandingCA,
  title={Understanding Contemporary Africa},
  author={April A. Gordon and Donald Gordon},
  year={1992}
}
Africa - A Geographic Preface, J.W. Neff The Historical Context: Thomas O'Toole African Politics, Donald L. Gordon The Economies of Africa, V. DeLancey African International Relations, P. Schraeder Population Growth and Urbanisation, April A. Gordon Africa's Environmental Problems, J.E. Nyang'oro Family and Kinship, B. Siegel Women and Development, April A. Gordon Religion in Africa, A. Moyo African Literature, G. Joseph South Africa, P.J. Furlong Trends and Prospects, Donald L. Gordon and… 
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