By Frederick Cooper

Of the numerous pathways out of empire, why did African leaders persist with the one who ended in the geographical region, whose risks have been well-known by way of Africans within the Forties and 50s? Frederick Cooper revisits an extended historical past within which Africans have been empire-builders, the items of colonization, and members in occasions that gave upward thrust to worldwide capitalism.

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