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About the Author
Agyemang Attah-Poku is a distinguished professor at the State University of New York’s Nassau Community College in Garden City, New York. He has taught in Ghana as well as at several institutions in the U.S.A, such as the University at Albany, Adelphi University, State University of New York’s College at Old Westbury, College of Saint Rose and the Russell Sage College, both at Albany. He has written five books. He holds bachelors, two masters, and doctorate degrees. Attah-Poku is an excellent scholar, teacher, author, planner, historian, political economist, poet, humanist, and strong believer in a collective human family.
Table of ContentsList of Figures Preface Acknowledgements Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Explanatory Theories of the Growth and Development Paradox Chapter 3 Untapped and Tapped Natural and Human Resources in Africa Chapter 4 The African Economic Picture Chapter 5 Political Instability Chapter 6 Contemporary African Political Leadership Chapter 7 Recommendations and Suggestions to Address Africa's Paradox Bibliography Index