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Becoming Zimbabwe

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   Social Science
   History

isbn:
 

9789988647414

formats:
    epub 4.9 MB
    mobi 2.4 MB

published: 2009

pages: 296

price: 18.20 euros

VAT: 24 %

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authors:

Alois Mlambo >

Brian Raftopoulos >

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Becoming Zimbabwe

By Raftopoulos Brian & Mlambo A. S. (Eds.)

18.20 E

     

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... a profoundly new history of Zimbabwe that tears apart all of the old certainties ...

David Moore, Associate Professor of Development Studies, University of Johannesburg, and author of The World Bank: Development, Poverty, Hegemony

keywords: Colonialism, Economic history, National history, Nationalism, Zimbabwe

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