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DAR-ES-SALAAM-The Arusha Declaration

DAR-ES-SALAAM The Arusha Declaration A K Essack A MARKED feature of the nationalist movements which were lighting for independence in the fifties was their low ideological content. This, however, was but one stage in the development of the awakening of Africa. Workers, peasants, intellectuals and the petit bourgeoisie all united to end the rule of the colonial power. What was not clarified or thoroughly discussed was what type of society was to emerge after independence.

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