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PART I. LUSOPHONE AFRICA IN HISTORICAL AND
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Patrick Chabal
1. The end of empire
Colonial wars
Decolonisation in historical perspective
2. The construction of the nation-state
Power and the postcolonial state
Creating nations
Building socialism
The international dimension
3. The limits of nationhood
The failings of one-party states
Angola and Mozambique: social divisions, political
rivalries and civil war
The transition to multiparty politics



PART I. COUNTRY STUDIES"
4. Angola                 David Birmingham
5. Mozambique             Malyn Newitt
6. Guinea-Bissau          Joshua Forrest
7. Cape Verde             Elisa Silva Andrade
8. So Tom6 e Principe    Gerhard Seibert








Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Africa, Portuguese-speaking History 20th century, Postcolonialism Africa, Portuguese-speaking