Africa In The Seventies.

By: MacDona, Brian F. (Chairman Of The Society).

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8vo - 22.5 x 15.5 cm.; 78 pp. A collection of the talks given at the 6th annual course held in London in February of 1970. Contents: 1 - "The Emerging Seventies" by Brian F. Macdona, 2 - "Britain and Africa in the Seventies" by Maurice Foley, 3 - "African Personality - A Cultural Evaluation" by E. Bankole Timothy, 4 - "A Dip Into Africa's Future" by Philip Mason, 5 - "Britain, The European Common Market and Africa - An Expanding Association?" by Tom Soper, 6 - "A Stronger Mixture of Public and Private Enterprise - A Tonic for the Seventies?" by Henry Phillips, 7 - "Africa and the World" by George Ivan Smith, 8 - "The Work of the Voluntary Agencies in Africa" by Frederick Lees. Very minor wear and soiling to the covers.

Title: Africa In The Seventies.

Author Name: MacDona, Brian F. (Chairman Of The Society).

Categories: History,

Publisher: London, UK., Royal African Society: 1970

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 11292

Keywords: South Africa, Economics, Politics, Commonwealth, Labour, Labor, Trade, Investment, Culture, Capitalism, NGO, European Common Market Maurice Foley, E. Bankole Timothy, Philip Mason, Tom Soper, Henry Phillips, Frederick Lees, Gilbert Rennie,