Colonial rule and political development in Tanzania: the case of the Makonde by J. Gus Liebenow

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  • Tanzania

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  • Makonde (African people),
  • Tanzania -- Politics and government

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Bibliography: p. [342]-351.

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Statement[by] J. Gus Liebenow.
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LC ClassificationsDT443 .L54
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Paginationxiv, 360 p.
Number of Pages360
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Open LibraryOL5315544M
ISBN 10081010332X
LC Control Number72126898

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