Continental Visions: Ann Seidman, Reginald H. Green, and the Economics of African Unity in 1960s Ghana
Publisher: Durham, NC: Duke University, Center for the History of Political Economy (CHOPE)
Subject: DT0509.97 | B31 | Reginald H. Green | Pan-Africanism | B24 | Ghan a | Kwame Nkrumahn | B29 | O20 | P41 | Ann Seidman
The paper presents the history of the contribution of two American economists to a radical cause: the establishment of a socialist and politically united Africa. The setting is 1960s Ghana which under Kwame Nkrumah, the man who led the country to independence from Briti... View more
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