The political ideology of Julius Nyerere: The structural limitations of “African socialism”

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Fatton, R. The political ideology of Julius Nyerere: The structural limitations of “African socialism”. St Comp Int Dev 20, 3–24 (1985). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02718489

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Keywords

  • Comparative International Development
  • Class Struggle
  • Government Leader
  • Foreign Assistance
  • African Socialism