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By Frederick Cooper

Of the numerous pathways out of empire, why did African leaders persist with the one who resulted in the countryside, whose risks have been famous by way of Africans within the Nineteen Forties and 50s? Frederick Cooper revisits an extended heritage within which Africans have been empire-builders, the items of colonization, and members in occasions that gave upward thrust to international capitalism.

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