Between the imperialist and white settler colonial legacy on the one hand, and
the pattern of political and socio-economic development in the post-
independence era on the other. To what extent and with what consequences does
this legacy-its political, economic, social, cultural and ideological
manifestations-constitute structural limitations on the developmental momentum
and ambitions of Zimbabwe? Given the nature and history of the National
Liberation Movement, its class and ideological content, how is the new state
in Zimbabwe to be characterized in terms of new alliances and stances, and in
the light of the current configuration of forces at the regional and global
levels? And, therefore, what have been the achievements and pitfalls? And, on
the basis of such analyses, what of the future?
ISBN 0-906968-10-0 / 0-906968-11-9
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