Unpopular Sovereignty: Rhodesian independence and African decolonization

@article{Dorman2016UnpopularSR,
  title={Unpopular Sovereignty: Rhodesian independence and African decolonization},
  author={S. Dorman},
  journal={African Affairs},
  year={2016},
  volume={115},
  pages={378-380}
}
  • S. Dorman
  • Published 2016
  • Political Science
  • African Affairs
Center for African Studies Research Report 2009 In the course of working on a book on the history of the Rhodesian state during its renegade independence (1965-80), I became very interested in the history of universal suffrage and how one man, one vote became the natural logic of decolonization. With funds from the Center for Humanities and the Public Sphere at UF and the Center for African Studies, I was able to organize a small workshop here in April 2009, to bring South Asian historians… Expand
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