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Book's title: African anarchism : the history of a movement by Sam Mbah & I.E. Igariwey.
Library of Congress Control Number: 00695170
International Standard Book Number (ISBN):1884365051
System Control Number:(OCoLC)ocm37510629
Cataloging Source:IAI, IAI DLC
Authentication Code:lccopycat
Geographic Area Code:f

Library of Congress Call Number:HX957 .M39 1997
Personal Name:Mbah, Sam.
Publication, Distribution, etc.:Tucson, Ariz. . See Sharp Press, (c)1997.
Physical Description:iv, 119 p. ;, 23 cm.
Bibliography, etc. Note:Includes bibliographical references (p. [109]-111) and index.
Formatted Contents Note:Machine generated contents note: 1. What Is Anarchism?
definitions; attitudes toward capitalism, the state, religion, and other hierarchical
institutions; positive aspects-voluntary cooperation, mutual aid, decentralization,
horizontal organization, individual autonomy; what anarchism is not (chaos,
terrorism); origins of anarcho-syndicalism
2. Anarchism in History
Marx and Bakunin; the First Interational; disagreement over the role of the state;
relationship to syndicalism and guild socialism
3. Anarchistic Precedents in Africa
anarchic elements in African traditional societies; African communalism; political
organization under communalism; administration of justice; traditional religions;
age grades; secret societies; eonomic aspects; work specialization, trade, and the
breakdown of communalism; stateless societies in Africa; the Igbo; the Niger
Delta peoples; the Tallensi; colonialism and the incorporation of Africa into the
world capitalist economy; economic aspects of colonialism; the colonial
educational system; class formation in post-colonial Africa; function of different
classes in post-colonial economies; African socialism; is there an African
anarchism?; anarchistic elements in African socialism-Julius Nyerere and
Ujamaa; anarchist groups in South Africa and Nigeria
4. The Development of Socialism in Africa
class formation under colonialism; cooptation of local leaders; the trade union
movement and the liberation struggle in Africa; the Nigerian labor union
movement; lack of revolutionary perspective in Nigerian labor unions; the South
African labor movement; foundation of Communist Party in South Africa; the
"revolution" in Guinea; Sekou Toure and the Democratic Party of Guinea; the
Awareness League in Nigeria
5. The Failure of Socialism in Africa
ideology and economic development; failure of Guinean "revolution"; lessons
from Guinean failure; Tanzania, Julius Nyerere and Ujamaa socialism; reasons
for failure of Ujamaa socialism; additional failures of "African socialism"-
Ethiopia, Burkina Faso; state capitalism and instability; one-party ideologies and
depoliticization; military interventions and their effects; political corruption and
social instability-case studies of Ghana and Nigeria; the IMF's structural
adjustment programs (SAPs), electoralism, and Africa's future; economic and
social effects of SAPs; constitutional conventions; the human rights question;
repression in Nigeria, Libya, Ghana, and Zimbabwe
6. Obstacles to the Development of Anarchism in Africa
colonial education and its aftermath; the Western-style legal system; the military;
ethnic versus class consciousness; religious and cultural factors; the need for
international solidarity
7. Anarchism's Future in Africa
anarchism in a world context; the crises of capitalism and marxist "socialism";
Africa's dire economic situation; anarchism and the national question;
anarchism-the only way out for Africa.
Geographic Name:Africa$xPolitics and government.
Personal Name:Igariwey, I. E.
Rubrics: Anarchism

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