International figures such as Father Huddleston and Sir Shridath Ramphal join with Tanzanian scholars to assess, not without criticism, the influential contribution of Julius Nyrere both within his own country and across the Third World.
- Part one provides an overview of the man and his thought.
- Part two focuses on those areas of policy in which Nyrere took a particular interest.
- Part three concentrates on the major social, economic, and political issues that have been central tot he unique Tanzanian experience-- unique because of the exceptional man who shaped the first quarter of a century of independence.
ABOUT THE EDITORS
COLIN LEGUM was Commonwealth correspondent for The Observer and is the author or editor of numerous books.
GEOFFREY MMARI is Vice-Chancellor of the Open University, having previously been Vice-Chancellor of Dar es Sallam and Sokoine Universities.