Smtih, William Edgett
October 1971
New Yorker;10/16/1971, Vol. 47 Issue 35, p42
The article profiles President Julius Kambarage Nyerere of the United Republic of Tanzania which was formed in 1964 by the merger of Tanganyika and Zanzibar. It discusses Nyerere's personal, academic and career background. Nyerere was sworn as President of Tanganyika in December 1962. Nyerere has gradually managed to influence the views of peasants and students. His leadership style and approach to the issues facing his country and people are also described.


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