Neuhaus, Richard John
June 1992
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jun/Jul1992, Issue 24, p69
Focuses on the opinion of former Tanzanian President Julius K. Nyerere on Western countries' unwillingness to see that socialism could also be entirely democratic. Presence of free discussion in an African family according to Nyerere; Structural concept of the political party created by Nyerere; Views on the idealism of the conscience of Africa.


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