Kwame Nkrumah and the Pan-African Ideal: Debates and Contestations
In this book of 10 Chapters, the author lays bare inconvenient truths in the general thought, policy, and strategic African environment that has degraded both the lineage and legacy of Pan-Africanism. The inconvenient truths bear no hubris and arrogance by the author but are in essence meant to be at once emancipatory and provocative. As such, the chapters move us beyond facile reductionism and superficial exegesis and help us to confront serious dilemmas whose various interwoven chapter axes and points of reference draw their inspiration from a reflective temperament and enquiring disposition that is often lacking in current forms and modalities of scholarship on similar subjects and themes.
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