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Villagers, villages and the state in modern Tanzania


, : Villagers, villages and the state in modern Tanzania. Cambridge African Monographs, African Studies Centre, University of Cambridge (4): iii + 167

The position of rural communities in mainland Tanzania, where state intervention in village life has been exceptionally intensive since independence in 1961, is analyzed. Case studies are presented on social, political and economic aspects of modern village life in five rural areas focussing, in particular, on: (1) The development of village cooperative enterprise in Mchinga II village, Lindi region (D.

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