THE POLITICAL LEGACY OF KWAME NKRUMAH OF GHANA

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The study undertaken in this book challenges western conventional assumptions which tend to offer scant genuflection and credence to the unique contributions that leaders in the developing world are making in the formulation of political ideas and actions. As president of the first black African country to gain independence after World War II, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah was an elder statesman of the African continent whose ideas on Ghanaian and African development have provided some theoretical and practical understanding ofthe developing world's pursuit of development. The book fills a major gap in our understanding of the tumultuous and at times dramatic changes which occurred in African nations right after their political independence. Lucidly written, persuasively argued, and sensibly conceived, Boateng's book will not only serve as a general introduction to Nkrumah's Ghana, but its informative discussions and penetrating analysis and comprehensive treatment ofthe precolonial and postcolonial and economic conditions will be equally valuable to the specialist and the general reader alike.

Auther Charles Adom Boateng
Country Ghana
Language English
Publish Date 2003

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