Cover

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Title page

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Copyright page

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Contents

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Dedication

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pp. viii-viii

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Acknowledgements

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pp. x-x

Special acknowledgement goes to my family, who “spared” me the time and gave me the needed ambiance for the . . .

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Introduction

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pp. xii-xv

President Julius Kambarage Nyerere was the first President of the United Republic of Tanzania and the Founder of the . . .

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1 - On Philosophy

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pp. 1-26

“We have a number of different principles guiding our actions, and a number of different objectives: . . .

2 - On Democracy

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Section A: Equality

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pp. 27-35

“Wherever extreme poverty exists beside a visibly high standard of living, there is the risk of bitterness...” . . .

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Section B: Colonialism

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pp. 36-39

“Years of Arab slave raiding, and later years of European domination, had caused our people . . .

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Section C: Democracy

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pp. 40-44

“The traditional Africans society, whether it had a chief or not... was a society of equals and it conducted . . .

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Section D: On Leadership

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pp. 45-54

“I believe myself corruption in a country should be treated in almost the same way . . .

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3 - On Education

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pp. 55-66

“If these principles are to be preserved and adapted to serve the larger societies which have now grown . . .

4 - On Foreign Relations

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pp. 67-67

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Section A: On Afrian Unity

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pp. 67-80

“As long as one community has a monopoly of political power and uses that power... to prevent the other . . .

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Section B: Non-Alignment

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pp. 81-86

“...it can be stated quite categorically that no part of Africa will ever become a duplicate . . .

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Section C: The United Nations

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pp. 87-92

“We cannot, unlike other countries, send rockets to the moon, but we can send rockets of love and hope . . .

5 - On Tanzanian Revolution

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Section A: Revolution

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pp. 93-105

“In Africa now the social ethic is changing, and has to change, from one appropriate to a tribal society . . .

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Section B: Rural Development

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pp. 106-122

“Only by creating and developing our own exclusive organization could we begin to develop . . .

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Section C: Self-Reliance

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pp. 123-130

“The problems of the underdeveloped countries are thus two-fold. Firstly, to increase . . .

Back cover

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