Historical Dictionary of Tanzania Author: Thomas P. Ofcansky Publisher: Scarecrow Press Publication date: 1997 ISBN: 979-462-883-2 Number of pages: 392 Format / Quality: epub Size: 862kb
When Tanganyika became independent in 1961, the people were elated to be finally united behind a widely backed party, and looked toward growing with a relatively promising economy. The young state then merged with Zanzibar becoming the United Republic of Tanzania, thus demonstrating to the world a rare example of African unity. Today's mood is much less euphoric thn during the heyday of early independence, but Tanzania may now be embarking on a more realistic course of economic and political development.
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