And Still They Dance. Women, War,and the struggle for Change in Mozambique.

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On Independence in 1975 Mozambique’s government under President Samora Machel had a refreshingly progressive approach to women’s liberation,seeing it as essential for the continued success of the revolution.The new nation seemed a promising case study for the U N Decade for women which opend up that same year under the banner of “Equality,Developement,Peace”But 10 years later,peace had been sabotaged by South African backed rebels and the resulting war made a mockery of development.Would equality be another Casualy.

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H/b in v/g clean boards,with guilt to spine.also in v/g illustrated d/w.Size 9×6 pp 256,inc index,selected reading,notes to text,reproduced photographic plates,page map.Hinges strong.Binding tight(suggest unread).Internaly in all aspects a very clean and bright copy. A–v/g+–v/g+ almost as new copy.

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