Tradition and Transition in East Africa.

Tanzania remains one of the least tribally torn places in Africa,yet paradoxically its government is bent on detribalizing the people in the interest of unity and of building the nation on the pattern of African socialism and a classless society.Local loyalties,local vested interests,bourgeois love of hearth and home,are discouraged.That part of tribalism which clings to one area is taboo.To survive now,one has to think in terms of Tanzania as a whole and be prepared to move anywhere.

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Limp printed card covers.edges a little faded and the top edges chipped Size 9×6 pp 14 inc notes on text,no plates text only.Hinges strong,binding tight(suggest unread).internaly nice and clean.I imagin that this is an extract,or offprint from a much larger journal of some-kind.There is no indecation as to what it may have been taken from,or its age.However there it is a nice little interesting piece for the collector of such material.

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