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African nationalism

 

African nationalism

African nationalism is a political movement for

  • Shepherd, George W., junior (1962). The Politics of African Nationalism: Challenge to American Policy. New York: F.A. Praeger.

Further reading

  1. ^ a b African nationalism
  2. ^ 17 African nationalism
  3. ^ a b Exploring Africa
  4. ^ Neuberger, Benyamin (1985). "Early African Nationalism, Judaism and Zionism: Edward Wilmot Biyden". Jewish Social Studies 47 (2): 151. 
  5. ^ Emerson, Rupert (2009). "Pan-Africanism". International Organization 16 (2): 290.  

References

See also

[5] defined African nationalism as a new kind of nationalism and that it is "meaningless, dangerous, is anachronistic if it is not at the same time pan-Africanism."Julius Nyerere [4] has been described as the founder of African nationalism.Edward Wilmot Blyden [3] in 1957. All but six African countries were independent nation-states by 1966.Ghana in 1951 and Libya resulting in independence for [3] In the years after World War II, African nationalism gained strength,[1]

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