This book gives a detailed analysis of the causes of the revolution of January 1964 in Zanzibar, and provides a study of the process of modernization in a plural society.
Originally published in 1965.
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Table of Contents
- Frontmatter, pg. i
- Acknowledgments, pg. vii
- Contents, pg. ix
- List of Tables and Maps, pg. x
- Introduction, pg. 1
- I. The Establishment of the Arab State, pg. 23
- II. British Colonial Policy in Zanzibar, pg. 52
- III. Social Structure of Zanzibar, pg. 69
- IV. Pre-War Politics in Zanzibar, pg. 99
- V. The Emergence of Arab Nationalism, pg. 127
- VI. The African Response, pg. 157
- VII. Party Conflict in the Electoral System, pg. 183
- VIII. Voting Behavior and Party Organization, pg. 221
- Conclusion: The African Revolution, pg. 257
- Appendix, pg. 285
- Bibliography, pg. 288
- Index, pg. 303