Table of contents for Africa : the politics of independence and unity / Immanuel Wallerstein ; with an introduction by the author.

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I. Africa Before the Europeans Came
The Colonial Era
II. The Social Change
III. The Reaction 
IV. The Different European Legacies
Independence and After
V. Internal Unity: Parties and Heroes
VI. Larger Unities: Pan-Africanism and Regional Federations
VII. Cultural Revival 
VIII. Africa and the World
IX. Prospects for Democracy
Bibliographical Note
The Birth of A Movement
I. Origins of A Theme
II. Movement versus Alliance
The Political Struggle: 1957-1965
III. Bright Hope: The Downward Sweep of African Liberation
IV. Hope Dimmed: The First Congo Crisis and Its Aftermath
V. Hope Rekindled: The Birth of the OAU
VI. Hope Dimmed Again: The Second Congo Crisis and Rhodesia
The Problems of A Movement
VII. Regional Unity and African Unity
VIII. The Political Implications of Economic Analysis
IX. The Liberation of Southern Africa
X. The Role of the Avant-Garde
Unity and Modernization-Achievements and Perspectives
XI. An Ideology for a Movement
XII. African Unity in the World Context
Appendix A: A Glossary of Initials
Appendix B: Resolution on Neo-Colonialism

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Africa -- Politics and government.
Nationalism -- Africa.
Africa -- History -- 1960-.