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Tom Mboya: Young Man of New Africa (1962)
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    Time to Lead, Time to Grow (Review)
    Tom Mboya: Young Man of New Africa, by Alan Rake
    1. Tom Mboya: Young Man of New Africa by Alan Rake
    The Saturday Review, December 8, 1962, p. 19
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    Book Reviews (5 Reviews)
    African Books...
    1. Pan-Africanism: A Short Political Guide by Colin Legum
    2. Let My People Go by Albert Luthuli
    3. The Lonely African by Colin Turnbull
    4. Tom Mboya: Young Man of New Africa by Alan Rake
    5. Guide to Social Studies Teaching by Leonard S. Kenworthy
    Current History, December 1962, pp. 367-370
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    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    1. Pan-Africanism Reconsidered
    2. The Human Factor in Changing Africa by Melville J. Herskovits
    3. African One-Party States by Gwendolen M. Carter
    4. The Educated African by Helen Kitchen
    5. Africa: A Handbook to the Continent by Colin Legum
    6. South Africa, 1906-1961: The Price of Magnanimity by Nicholas Mansergh
    7. Smuts: The Sanguine Years, 1870-1919 by Sir W.K. Hancock
    8. The History of Apartheid by Lawrence E. Neame
    9. South African Predicament by F.P. Spooner
    10. Brutal Mandate by Allard K. Lowenstein
    11. Kenya Today by Marion Wallace Forrester
    12. Tom Mboya: Young Man of New Africa by Alan Rake
    13. Rebels, Mercenaries, and Dividends: The Katanga Story by Smith Hempstone
    14. Portugal in Africa by James Duffy
    Foreign Affairs, January 1963, pp. 443-444