In I986 when Sara Berry and I organized a graduate seminar on 'Agriculture in African History', our search of the literature for the reading list yielded primarily works of social and economic history for which agriculture was, to greater or lesser degree, a touchstone rather than a primary focus.
Perhaps no international treaty betrays a greater sensitivity to the risk of assassination than does the Charter of the Organization of African Unity.
Mboya's impact derived from the fact that he dealt with African questions of immediate concern, interpreting them within a world framework, and speaking directly to the American position. Naturally, a variety of questions were raised during the several weeks' tour. But some of them constantly recurred.
WHAT ATTITUDES OR relations are created between the Press and the new governments of Africa will depend to a large extent on the background and reactions in the period of the nationalist struggle.
people believe there is some special connection between the democratic form of government and the party system so that one cannot exist without the other. This belief is strengthened by the fact that the freedom to form as many parties as people want is seen to be incompatible with a totalitarian r?gime.