Armies and Parties in Africa

Armies and Parties in Africa

Armies and Parties in Africa

Armies and Parties in Africa

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Armies and Parties in Africa is based on articles and essays written between 1966 and 1977. These articles and essays have been edited and occasionally altered slightly, but they have not been revised.

Chapter 1, "Introduction," has not been published previously, although parts of it rely on a paper I presented at the Department of State in February 1977, on Military Regimes in Africa. Chapter 2, "The Ruling Party in the African One-Party State: TANU in Tanzania," is reprinted from the Journal of Commonwealth Political Studies 5 (November 1967); 214-230. Chapter 3 was published as Chapter 4, "One-Party Systems in Africa," in Authoritarian Politics in Modern Society. The Dynamics of Established One-Party Sysems, ed.Samuel P. Huntington andClement H. Moore, pp. 99-127(© 1970 by Basic Books, Inc., Publishers, New York). Chapter 4, "Political Parties and Political Machines in Africa," appeared in The State of the Nations, ed.Michael Lofchie, pp. 195-216 (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1971. Copyright © 1971 by The Regents of the University of California; reprinted by permission of the University of California Press). Chapter 5, "Party Politics in Kenya," is culled from Henry Bienen , Kenya: The Politics of Participation and Control, pp. 66-130 (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1974. Reprinted by permission of Princeton University Press). Chapter 6, "Foreign Policy, the Military and Political Development," was first published in Foreign Policy and the Developing Nation, ed.Richard Butwell, pp. 69-111 (Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1969. Copyright © 1969 by The University of Kentucky Press. Used with permission of the publishers.) Chapter 7, "Public Order and the Military in Africa," is from The Military Intervenes, ed.Henry Bienen, pp. 35-69 (New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1968. Copyright © Russell Sage Foundation. Reprinted by permission). Chapter 8, "Military and Society in East Africa," was first published in Comparative Politics 6, no. 4 (July 1974): 489-517. Chapter 9, "Military Rule and Political Process: Nigerian Examples," was first published in Comparative Politics. January 1978. The background notes to Chapters 9-11 partially rely on Henry Bienen, Transition from Military Rule: The Case of Western State Nigeria, Armed Forces and Society 1, no. 3 (Spring 1975): 50-65. Chapters 10-11 include some . . .

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