Class, Class Conflict, and the State in Africa
Joel Samoff explores the perspectives of development and modernization versus underdevelopment and dependence in Africa. He suggests that these conflicting orientations reflect a period of change in the social sciences and examines the methodological implications of recent theoretical departures.
Power and Class in Africa, Irving Leonard Markovitz Reviewed by Joel Samoff
International Aid and National Decisions: Development Programs in Malawi, Tanzania, and Zambia, Leon Gordenker Reviewed by Joel Samoff
The Political Economy of Africa, Richard Harris Reviewed by Joel Samoff
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