Feb 20, 2020
Modern Africa: 1787 to the Present
Posted by Michael Twaddle

Twaddle s new text describes and analyzes the changing social, political and economic setting in which Africa s states and societies were shaped, first by the European takeovers of the nineteenth century, and then by the difficulties encountered after independence in the twentieth century.

  • Title: Modern Africa: 1787 to the Present
  • Author: Michael Twaddle
  • ISBN: 9780198731177
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Paperback
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    Modern Africa to the Present Twaddle s new text describes and analyzes the changing social political and economic setting in which Africa s states and societies were shaped first by the European takeovers of the nineteenth cent


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