Youth, Nationalism, and the Guinean Revolution




      Youth, Nationalism, and the Guinean Revolution
In 1958, Guinea declared independence from France and propelled Ahmed Sekou Toure to power Early revolutionary fervor was not to last, and until his death in 1984, Sekou Toure ruled with an iron fist What would it have been like to participate in Guinea s changing political fortunes Jay Straker invites readers to reconsider the sources, stakes, and ramifications of Guinea s nation building experience By engaging official political tracts, state and popular newspapers, education journals, novels, poems, plays, photographs, and personal histories, Straker offers an alternative view of the uneven effects of the state s attempts to reshape popular attitudes, social practice, and youth consciousness Showing how visions of ideal youth played into the workings of revolutionary power, Straker creates a captivating and intense history that uncovers the ambitions that drove militant socialist revolutionary politics in Guinea. New Read [ Youth, Nationalism, and the Guinean Revolution ] author [ Jay Straker ] – heartforum.co.uk

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      Youth, Nationalism, and the Guinean Revolution
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  • Paperback
  • 280 pages
  • Youth, Nationalism, and the Guinean Revolution
  • Jay Straker
  • English
  • 26 May 2018
  • 0253220599

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