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JEAN MARIE. ALLMAN. The Youngmen and the Porcupine: Class, nationalism and Asante's struggle for self-determination. In The Decolonization Reader. 204–217. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 31.65%
LAWRENCE J. BUTLER. 2000. Britain, the United States and the demise of the Central African Federation, 1959-63. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 28.3. Last edited by: sashi  v    Pop. 28.69%
FREDERICK COOPER. 1994. Conflict and connection: Rethinking colonial African history. The American Historical Review 99. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 45.57%
RONALD HYAM. 1987. The Geopolitical origins of the Central African Federation: Britain, Rhodesia, and South Africa, 1948-1953. Historical Journal 30.1. Last edited by: sashi  v    Pop. 45.57%
PAUL KELLEMAN. 2006. Modernising Colonialism: The British Labour Movement and Africa. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 34.2. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 38.82%
JOHN KENT. 2005. United States reactions to empire, colonialism and cold war in Black Africa, 1949-1957. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 33.2. Last edited by: sashi  v    Pop. 40.51%
JOHN LONSDALE. Mau Maus of the Mind: Making Mau Mau and Remaking Kenya. In The Decolonization Reader. 269–290. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 28.27%
ROBERT D. PEARCE. The Turning Point in Africa: British Colonial Policy, 1938-1948. London: Frank Cass 0-7146-3160-4. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 35.44%
CORA ANN. PRESLEY. The Mau Mau Rebellion, Kikuyu Women and Social Change. In The Decolonization Reader. 295–315. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 31.22%
HEATHER J. SHARKEY. 2003. Colonialism, Character-building and the Culture of Nationalism in the Sudan. In The Decolonization Reader. New York & London: Routledge 218–235. Last edited by: sashi  v    Pop. 29.96%
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