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The Fate of Africa (2005)
A History of Fifty Years of Independence
By Martin Meredith

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    [+] Africa Betrayed (Review) by Roger Bate, p. 42
     The Fate of Africa, by Martin Meredith

    1. The Fate of Africa by Martin Meredith
    The Weekly Standard, October 3, 2005
    [+] Why Is Africa Still Poor? (3 Reviews) by Andrew Rice, pp. 33-37
     The Fate of Africa, by Martin Meredith, ...

      The Nation, October 24, 2005
      [+] Will Whites Ever Learn (Review) by Jared Taylor, pp. 6-11 - PDF
       For Africans, self-rule means misrule

      1. The Fate of Africa by Martin Meredith
      American Renaissance, February 2006
      [+] Beating Ploughshares into Swords (Review) by Charles Geshekter, pp. 27-28 - PDF
       The Fate of Africa, by Martin Meredith

      1. The Fate of Africa by Martin Meredith
      The Claremont Review of Books, Fall 2006
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