Kenneth Kaunda of Zambia: The Times and the Man, by Fergus Macpherson
Introduction by Julius Nyerere
Zambia means many things to many people-the exploits of the missionary explorer David Livingstone, the colonisation of the British South Africa Company, the Federation under Welensky, the new era of Sino-African cooperation with the building of the Tan-Zam railway. Today, Zambia means Kenneth Kaunda. President Kenneth Kaunda of Zambia is the major figure behind Zambia's successful and relatively bloodless attainment of political independence ten years ago and it's bold steps toward economic independence since that time. In this definitive biography, the background of the man and the nation are thoroughly and sympathetically portrayed for all those interested in emergent Africa.
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