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Zambia and the Decline of Kaunda 1984-1998

Zambia and the Decline of Kaunda 1984-1998

by Stephen Chan, Craig Clancy

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A collection of articles on the legacy of Zambian leader Kenneth Kaunda. Part I chronicles the decline of Kaunda and examines his foreign policy and his role in humanism, intellectuals, and the Left in Zambia. Part II discusses prospects for the 1991 elections in Zambia, democracy in southern Africa, and the progress of Zambia's democratic experiments during the 1990s. Chan teaches international relations and ethics at the Nottingham Trent University. Clancy is engaged in research at Nottingham Trent. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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