Africans: The History of a Continent (African Studies)

Africans: The History of a Continent (African Studies)

John Iliffe


This heritage of Africa from the origins of mankind to the South African basic election of 1994 refocuses African background at the peopling of an environmentally adversarial continent. The social, monetary and political associations of the African continent have been designed to make sure survival and maximize numbers, yet within the context of clinical development and different twentieth-century concepts those associations have bred the main swift inhabitants development the realm has ever noticeable. The background of the continent is hence a unmarried tale binding dwelling Africans to the earliest human ancestors.

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