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Basil Davidson • 56 Items / 25 Books, 23 Articles, 8 Reviews
The African Genius (1970)
An Introduction to African Social and Cultural History
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    Black History (2 Reviews)
    The African Genius, by Basil Davidson
    1. The African Genius by Basil Davidson
    2. Africa to 1875: A Modern History by Robin Hallett
    The New York Review of Books, December 17, 1970, pp. 44-45
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    Briefly Noted (3 Reviews)
    1. The Shattered Dream by Gene Smith
    2. The Myth of France by Raymond Rudorff
    3. The African Genius by Basil Davidson
    The New Yorker, June 20, 1970, pp. 120-122
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    Movies: Noboby Knows the Truffaut I've Seen (4 Reviews)
    Africa to 1875: A Modern History, by Robin Hallett
    1. Africa to 1875: A Modern History by Robin Hallett
    2. The African Genius by Basil Davidson
    3. Blacks in Antiquity by Frank M. Snowden, Jr.
    4. Lost Empire on the Nile by Stanhope White
    The Saturday Review, April 25, 1970, pp. 56-58
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    Recent Books on International Relations (12 Reviews)
    1. The African Genius by Basil Davidson
    2. African Renaissance by Leonard Barnes
    3. The Economies of Africa by Peter Robson and D.A. Lury
    4. Economic Integration in Africa by Peter Robson
    5. Nation-Building in Africa by Arnold Rivkin and John H. Morrow #2
    6. Manpower Development in Africa by Robert D. Loken
    7. Algeria by David Ottaway and Marina Ottaway
    8. The Politics of Tradition by C.S. Whitaker, Jr.
    9. Growth and Development of the Nigerian Economy by Carl K. Liedholm and Carl Eicher
    10. West Africa by W.B. Morgan and John Charles Pugh
    11. Government and Power in West Africa by Robert S. Jordan
    12. From Union to Apartheid by Margaret Ballinger
    Foreign Affairs, July 1970, pp. 799-800