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Southern Africa in the 1980s

Southern Africa in the 1980s

Edited by Olajide Aluko and Timothy M. Shaw

Allen & Unwin, 1985, 327 pp.

Essentially an up-to-the-minute rehash of the major issues, this collection is distinguished by several unusually focused essays on Britain and the EEC in southern Africa (by Geoffrey Berridge and Humphrey Asobie) as well as by a large component of African authors, whose perspectives as a whole reflect both activism and frustration.