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La première décennie du régime PDG


Claude Rivière
Guinea: The Mobilization of a People

Ithaca. Cornell University Press. 1968. 260 p.

Claude Riviere. Guinea, the mobilization of a people

Contents

Foreword by Gwendolen M. Carter
Preface
Abbreviations

  1. Wealth in Diversity
    1. Lands and Peoples
    2. Historical Setting
    3. The Colonial Regime
  2. The Road to Emancipation
    1. Unionism, a Decisive Force
    2. Political Awakening
    3. Party Rivalry
    4. The PDG Take-over
  3. Building a Revolutionary State
    1. Sékou Touré and the PDG's Ideology
    2. The Political Regime
    3. The Decolonization and Socialization of the Economy
      1. The Reorganization of Trade
      2. The Three-Year Plan
    4. Reforms in the Land Regime and in Rural Development
  4. The Perennial Plot
    1. The Dynamics of Interelite Conflict
    2. The Abortive Coup d'Etat of November 1970 and Later « Plots »
  5. Balanced Neutralism
    1. The Chronological Periods
      1. Initial Hopes and Trends (September 28, 1958-February 1960)
      2. Revolutionary Radicalism (March 1960-November 1961)
      3. The Ebbing of the Revolutionary Wave (November 1961-November 1965)
      4. The Regime's Isolation (November 1965-September 1967)
      5. The Resumption of Cooperation (September 1967-November 1970)
      6. The Period of Panic (November 1972-February 1972)
      7. The Return to Calm (February 1972-June 1976)
  6. National Resources and Individual Poverty
    1. Public Finances
    2. Foreign Trade
    3. Mineral Production
    4. State Enterprises
    5. The Economic Strangulation of the Private Sector
    6. Agricultural Production
    7. The Five-Year Plan
  7. The Strategies of National Integration
    1. Tribal Integration
    2. The Emancipation of Women
    3. The Political Mobilization of Youth
    4. Socioreligious Mutations

Conclusion
Bibliography
Index.


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