Capitalism and Nationalism at the End of Empire: State and Business in Decolonizing Egypt, Nigeria, and Kenya, 1945-1963 Robert L. Tignor

ISBN: 9780691015842

Published: December 28th 1997

Hardcover

437 pages


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Capitalism and Nationalism at the End of Empire: State and Business in Decolonizing Egypt, Nigeria, and Kenya, 1945-1963  by  Robert L. Tignor

Capitalism and Nationalism at the End of Empire: State and Business in Decolonizing Egypt, Nigeria, and Kenya, 1945-1963 by Robert L. Tignor
December 28th 1997 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 437 pages | ISBN: 9780691015842 | 5.80 Mb

The two decades that followed World War II witnessed the end of the great European empires in Asia and Africa. Robert Tignors new study of the decolonization experiences of Egypt, Nigeria, and Kenya elucidates the major factors that led to theMoreThe two decades that followed World War II witnessed the end of the great European empires in Asia and Africa.

Robert Tignors new study of the decolonization experiences of Egypt, Nigeria, and Kenya elucidates the major factors that led to the transfer of power from British to African hands in these three territories. Employing a comparative method in order to explain the different decolonizing narratives in each territory, he argues that the different state polices toward the private business sector and foreign capital were the result of nationalist policies and attitudes and the influence of Cold War pressures on local events.



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