Uganda Now

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Uganda Now

Edited by Holger Bernt Hansen and Michael Twaddle
Ohio University Press, 1988
374 pp. $29.95

In part this volume presents Uganda as a stage for discussing a nightmare version of problems besetting many of its neighbors as well. But the roots of Uganda's peculiar political pathology are also explored-most tellingly by Christine Obbo's account of the rural ethnic origins, going back to the colonial period, of the country's endemic political and social violence.

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