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Communal villages and Tanzanian socialism



Communal villages and Tanzanian socialism



Dev. Civilisations, Paris, 39/40: 147-66



The establishment in Tanzania of " Ujamaa " villages after the Arusha declaration (1967) is descrbed. These communal villages are regarded as the cornerstone of the Tanzanian interpretation of African socialism, and aim to achieve this type of socialism through a programme of integrated rural development.

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