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This book provides a detailed analysis of the political and economic theories of colonialism in East Africa. It reviews the politics of aid, budgets and markets, and examines the impact of economic policy at a local level using Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika as case histories. Dr. Brett concludes that British colonial policy was not just a muddled empirical resolution of different interests, but a reconciliation and adjustment of those interests within an overall and ideologically agreed framework. He maintains that the efforts of this policy were inimical to the economic development of East Africa.
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Book Description Gregg Revivals, Aldershot, 1992. Tapa dura. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # 100553976