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Title:Africa's liberation: the legacy of Nyerere
Editors:Chachage, Chambi
Cassam, AnnarISNI
City of publisher:Kampala
Publisher:Pambazuka Press
ISBN:1906387710; 9781906387716
Geographic term:Tanzania
Subjects:heads of State
political philosophy
national liberation movements
memorial volumes (form)
About person:Julius Kambarage Nyerere (1922-1999)ISNI
External link:https://www.asclibrary.nl/docx/327491493.pdf
Abstract:Ten years after his death, this book contains twenty short tributes to Julius Kambarage Nyerere (1922-1999), first president of independent Tanzania. These are: How we wish you were here: a tribute to Mwalimu Nyerere (Firoze Manji); Introduction (Annar Cassam); A short biography of Julius Nyerere (Madaraka Nyerere); Mwalimu in our popular imagination: the relevance of Nyerere today (Chambi Chachage); President Nyerere talks to 'El Mussawar' (1984) (Nawal El Saadawi); Reading history backwards with Mwalimu (Seithy Chachage); Mwalimu Julius Nyerere: an intellectual in power (Haroub Othman); Julius Nyerere: between state-centred and people-centred Pan-Africanism (Horace Campbell); Nyerere, the Organisation of African Unity and liberation (Mohamed Sahnoun); Nyerere and the Commonwealth (Emeka Anyaoku and Annar Cassam); President Nyerere talks to 'El País' (1991) (Ana Camacho); Reflecting with Nyerere on people-centred leadership (Majorie Mbilinyi); Nyerere's vision of economic development (Faustin Kamuzora); Mwalimu Nyerere's ideas on land (Ng'wanza Kamata); The village in Mwalimu's thought and political practice (Issa G. Shivji); Racial and religious tolerance in Nyerere's political thought and practice (Salma Maoulidi); Mwalimu Nyerere and the challenge of human rights (Helen Kijo-Bisimba and Chris Maina Peter); Mwalimu Nyerere: the artist (Vicensia Shule); and Mwalimu and the state of education (Chambi Chachage). [ASC Leiden abstract]