Decolonization & Independence in Kenya, 1940-93

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after independence. Urban and population growth, which had begun in the colonial period, continued and speeded up following uhuru. Even in the educational sphere, the great expansion in numbers of schools and pupils was accomplished by largely retaining the essentials of the inherited colonial system. Given the economic policies followed by the independent government, this continuity in the sphere of social policy came as no surprise.


Notes
1.
Republic of Kenya, High-Level Manpower Requirements and Resources in Kenya 1964-70 ( Nairobi, Government Printer, 1965), p. 29.
2.
Donald Rothchild, Racial Bargaining in Independent Kenya ( London, Oxford University Press, 1973), pp. 54-56.
3.
Ibid., pp. 51ff. Alison Smith, 'The Immigrant Communities (1): The Europeans', in D. A. Low and Alison Smith (eds), History of East Africa, Vol. 3 ( London, Oxford University Press, 1976), p. 457.
4.
Rothchild, Racial Bargaining, p. 33.
5.
Ibid. Smith, 'Immigrant Communities', pp. 460-461.
6.
Rothchild, Racial Bargaining, p. 37.
8.
The majority of male Asian employees interviewed by Rothchild in 1966 earned between £360 and £719 per annum. Ibid., p. 50.
11.
Daily Nation, 7 January 1971.
12.
Rothchild, Racial Bargaining, pp. 244-248.
14.
A. I. Salim, The Swahili-Speaking Peoples of Kenya's Coast 1895-1965 ( Nairobi, East African Publishing House, 1973), p. 245.
16.
Jomo Kenyatta, Suffering Without Bitterness ( Nairobi, East African Publishing House, 1968), p. 166.
17.
Rothchild, Racial Bargaining, pp. 181-182.
18.
Republic of Kenya, Education Commission Report Part II ( Nairobi, Government Printer, 1965), p. 19.
19.
Gavin Kitching, Class and Economic Change in Kenya ( New Haven, Yale University Press, 1980), pp. 144-145; Colin Leys, Underdevelopment in Kenya: The Political Economy of Neo-Colonialism ( London, Heinemann, 1975), pp. 50-117.
20.
Leys, Underdevelopment, pp. 171-174; John Carlsen, Economic and Social Transformation in Rural Kenya ( Uppsala, Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, 1980), pp. 190- 192; Christopher Leo, Land and Class in Kenya ( Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 1984), pp. 187-94.
21.
Carlsen, Economic and Social, pp. 191-192.
22.
The best historical account of this group is provided by Kitching, Class. See also Leys, Underdevelopment, pp. 148-165.
23.
Carlsen, Economic and Social, p. 192; Leo, Land and Class, pp. 187-190.
24.
Michael Cowen, 'Commodity Production in Kenya's Central Province', in Judith Heyer , P. Roberts and G. Williams (eds), Rural Development in Tropical Africa ( New York, St Martin's Press, 1981), pp. 138-139; Michael Cowen, "'The Agrarian Problem: Notes on the Nairobi Discussion'", Review of African Political Economy 20 ( January-April 1981), 62.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Contributors viii
  • Prologue on Decolonization xi
  • Notes xvii
  • Introduction the Invention of Kenya 1
  • Note 3
  • Part One the Decolonization of Kenya 1945-63 5
  • One Decolonization: A Theoretical Perspective 7
  • Conclusion 21
  • Notes 22
  • Two the Formative Years 1945-55 25
  • Conclusion: Towards an Alternative Future 43
  • Bibliography 44
  • Three: The Decisive Years 1956-63 48
  • Part Two the Kenyatta Era 1963-78 81
  • Four Structural & Political Changes 83
  • Conclusion 106
  • Appendix: Constitutional Amendments Under Kenyatta 107
  • Notes 108
  • Five - Social & Cultural Changes 110
  • Conclusion 143
  • Notes 144
  • Part Three the First Nyayo Decade 1978-88 149
  • Six the Economics of Structural Adjustment 151
  • Conclusion 182
  • Notes 183
  • Seven the Politics of Populism 187
  • Notes 213
  • Eight the Construction of a National Culture 214
  • Part Four Epilogue 1989-93 237
  • Nine Transition from Single-Party to Multiparty Political System 1989-93 239
  • Conclusion 259
  • Notes 260
  • Index 262
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