Consensus and Dissent in Ghana
Uses and Abuses of Political Power: A Case Study of Continuity and Change in the Politics of Ghana, Maxwell Owusu ; Kwame Nkrumah: The Anatomy of an African Dictatorship, T. Peter Omari Reviewed by Jack Goody
Social Theory and African Tribal Organization: The Development of Socio- Legal Theory, Kenneth S. Carlston Reviewed by Jack Goody
Population and Political Systems in Tropical Africa, Robert F. Stevenson Reviewed by Jack Goody
National Unity and Regionalism in Eight African States, Gwendolen M. Carter Reviewed by Jack Goodymore by this author
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