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Pan-Africanism and East African Integration

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ISBN 9780674421394

Publication Date: 01/01/1965

307 pages

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  • Preface
  • Maps
  • Tables
  • Part One: Pan-Africanism
    • I. Nationalism, Pan-Africanism, and Integration
    • II. Pan-Africanism in East Africa
  • Part Two: East African Integration
    • III. Social Integration
    • IV. Political Integration
    • V. Economic Integration
  • Part Three: Pan-Africanism and Decisions
    • VI. The Failure to Federate in 1963
    • VII. The Rejection of Association with the European Economic Community
    • VIII. Pan-Africanism and African Integration
  • Selected Bibliography
  • Notes
  • Index

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