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Zimbabwe : The Rise to Nationhood
by Jacob W. Chikuhwa


Overview - Before emerging ex statu pupillari as Zimbabwe, the former Southern Rhodesia underwent many changes. These included a dramatic declaration of independence in the Sixties by the minority government; a fierce 'Chlimurenga' or war of liberation; a flirtation with socialism; and a final emergence as the republic we know today, From prc-history to the present day Zimbabwe - The Rise To Nationhood presents a clear and comprehensive study of a nation in transition.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Before emerging ex statu pupillari as Zimbabwe, the former Southern Rhodesia underwent many changes. These included a dramatic declaration of independence in the Sixties by the minority government; a fierce 'Chlimurenga' or war of liberation; a flirtation with socialism; and a final emergence as the republic we know today, From prc-history to the present day Zimbabwe - The Rise To Nationhood presents a clear and comprehensive study of a nation in transition. As an economist, the author is able to highlight the uses -and abuses - of his country's human and natural resources, both before and after independence. With the help of his own illustrations, maps and a full glossary and index, Jacob Chikuhwa paints a picture of a country more at ease with itself and its neighbours than before, but still suffering the effects of cyclical trade and weather conditions. This book will be of enormous value to students of economics, history and culture, and to anyone interested in Zimbabwe and Southern Africa.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781434362179
  • ISBN-10: 1434362175
  • Publisher: Authorhouse
  • Publish Date: January 2008
  • Page Count: 552


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