Table of contents for Pan-Africanism or pragmatism? : lessons of the Tanganyika-Zanzibar union / Issa G. Shivji.


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Chapter One                                               1
ace, Class and Politics on the Eve of the Revolution      1
Zama za Siasa                                           1
Glimpses of state and class formation                   5
Historical antecedents                                5
The state and the ruling class                        8
The ethnic cleavage                                  10
Classes                                              13
The regional cleavage                                17
The rise o nationalisms                                18
The argument                                         18
A decade of party politics                           20
Summing up                                             33
Class struggles and ethnic ideologies                33
The limits of nationalisms                           39
hapter Two                                               41
The Revolution                                          41
The insurrection                                       41
On the eve of the insurrection                       42
The government camp                                 46
The 'rebel' camp                                     51
The international camp                               55
The 100-day revolution                                 57
Chapter On                                                 1
Race, Class and Politics on the Eve of the Revolution      1
Zama za Siasa                                            1
Glimpses of state and class formation                    5
Historical antecedents                                 5
The state and the ruling class                         8
The ethnic cleavage                                   10
Classes                                               13
The regional cleavage                                 17
The rise of nationalisms                                18
The argument                                          18
A decade of party politics                            20
Summing up                                              33
Class struggles and ethnic ideologies                 33
The limits of nationalisms
Chapter Two                                               41
The Revolution                                            41
The insurrection                                        41
On the eve of the insurrection                        42
The government camp                                   46
The 'rebel' camp                                      51
The international camp                                55
'he 100-day revolution                                 57
lumbe's 'educated elite'                            149
Judicial reforms                                    150
The merger of the parties                             152
The making of the permanent Union Constitution        163
Main features of the 1977 Constitution                170
The nomenclature                                   170
Single-party supremacy                             171
The Union Parliament                                172
The Government of Zanzibar                         177
The Speci   onstutal Coututina   rt                 179
Conclusion                                            180
Chapter Six                                             181
Constitutional Opening and Closure: Jumbe's Downfall
(1979 -1985)                                            181
Constituhaion  foundation                             181
Restructuring the government                          183
Revolutionary committees                            183
The judiciary                                       185
The 'milita'                                        186
The 1979 Zanzibar Constitution                        186
The making of the Constitution                      187
The downfall of Aboud Jumbe                           201
The crisis years (1981-1985)                        201
The crisis of the Union (1983 1984;                 205
The 1984 Constitution                                 225
The aftermath of 'pollution'                          225
Salient features of the 1984 Constitution             227
Conclusion: a preview of the next 20 years            230
The Pan-African proect                                235
Imperialsm and the formation of the Union             241
Contradictions of nationalisms                        244
Constitutionalism and democracy                       247



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Tanzania Politics and government 1964-Zanzibar Politics and government 1964-Pan-Africanism