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William H. Lewis • 19 Items / 6 Books, 13 Articles
New Forces in Africa (1962)
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    Book Reviews (5 Reviews)
    Books on Africa...
    1. Africa: A Handbook to the Continent by Colin Legum
    2. New Forces in Africa by William H. Lewis
    3. Brutal Mandate by Allard K. Lowenstein
    4. Angola: A Symposium. Views of a Revolt
    5. A History of Africa South of the Sahara by Donald L. Wiedner
    Current History, January 1963, pp. 52-54
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    Africa (6 Reviews)
    African One-Party States, by Gwendolen M. Carter
    1. African One-Party States by Gwendolen M. Carter
    2. Congo, My Country by Patrice Lumumba
    3. Handbook of African Economic Development by Guy Benveniste and William E. Moran, Jr.
    4. New Forces in Africa by William H. Lewis
    5. The Political Development of Tanganyika by J. Clagett Taylor
    6. Smuts: The Sanguine Years, 1870-1919 by Sir W.K. Hancock
    Orbis, Spring 1963, p. 186
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    Recent Books on International Relations (13 Reviews)
    Africa
    1. Pan-Africanism: A Short Political Guide by Colin Legum
    2. New Forces in Africa by William H. Lewis
    3. The Handbook of Africa by Violaine I. Junod and Idrian N. Resnick
    4. Handbook of African Economic Development by Guy Benveniste and William E. Moran, Jr.
    5. Operation Crossroads Africa by Ruth T. Plimpton
    6. North Africa's French Legacy, 1954-1962 by David C. Gordon
    7. Sahara Story by Edward Ward
    8. The New Societies of Tropical Africa by Guy Hunter
    9. My Life by Ahmadu Bello
    10. A History of East Africa by Kenneth Ingham
    11. State of Emergency: The Full Story of Mau Mau by Fred Majdalany
    12. Zambia Shall Be Free by Kenneth D. Kaunda
    13. In the Fiery Continent by Tom Hopkinson
    Foreign Affairs, October 1963, pp. 162-163