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Title Page

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Copyright Page

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Contents

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Preface

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pp. v-viii

I am pleased to provide this preface to ‘The Cameroonian Condition’ which is a collection of previously acclaimed publications by . . .

The Mungo Bridge

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Introduction

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pp. 3-4

1960 was the year that set us free from the shackles of our colonial masters – England and France. The bells of merger between two cultural . . .

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Chapter One. National Integration

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pp. 5-22

Paul Biya in his Communal Liberalism describes a Nation as a human community vitally conscious of its unity and solidarity that transcends ethnic, religious . . .

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Chapter Two. National Unity

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pp. 23-31

Nothing best expressed this view of National Unity than such a profound philosophy postulated by the President. National Unity is a priori . . .

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Chapter Three. National Consciousness

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pp. 33-58

Franz Fanon, a distinguished Negro writer, described National Consciousness as the all-embracing crystallization of the innermost hopes . . .

The Anglophone File

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Chapter Four. Where The Coastal/Graffi Divide Began

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pp. 61-70

The land policy has been a factor that has influenced the population influx of the stranger element especially of the Grass Lander . . .

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Chapter Five. Why The First Attempt At Coastal/Graffi Unity Failed

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pp. 71-79

The catalogue of grievances by the Coastals on the KNDP regime widened the gulf between Endeley and Foncha so much that even . . .

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Chapter Six. How the Drama of South West/North West Divide Is Being Rehearsed Today

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pp. 81-90

If power was seen to be emanating from the Anglophone Ministers, then real policies were made by one man Ahmadou Ahidjo and those . . .

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Chapter Seven. Why We Must Build Bridges Instead Of Walls

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pp. 91-99

There is therefore a Northwest/Southwest divide. This is what constitutes the Anglophone file. Anybody ignoring this will not only be subverting . . .

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Chapter Eight Why We Need a Two By (X) State Federation

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pp. 101-112

The common denominator between the Southwest and the Northwest Provinces is that they both stand for a Federation. A ten state Federation . . .

Fragments of Unity

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Chapter Nine. Our Geography

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pp. 115-120

The South West Province was born from the 1972 decree that transferred the Federal Republic of Cameroon to the United Republic of . . .

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Chapter Ten. Yesterday’s Heroes – The Cradle of South West

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pp. 121-135

Dr. Emmanuel Mbella Liffafe Endeley was born on April 10th 1916 at Buea. He was educated at the Roman Catholic Mission School Bonjongo . . .

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Chapter Eleven. Our Task Today

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pp. 137-169

Leadership is extremely important in the making of any society but it will not give us all solutions to all problems. But as African statesman . . .

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Chapter Twelve. Our Common Future

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pp. 171-178

The South West Province constitutes a group of people who share the same geographical boundaries against a common historical legacy . . .

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