African Hand America Loves

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African Hand America Loves
by Swaib Nsereko

African Hand America Loves is an impassioned interpretation of Ugandas troubled political, economic, and social circumstances in the 20th century. The author, himself a Ugandan victim of ethnic subjection, compares Uganda to other African nations to whose own histories and zeitgeists the country is inextricably linked. Citing the decades-long reign of oppressive President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni as a continuing cause of Ugandas slow progress towards first-world status, the author offers suggestions for vital changes, from political structure to freedom of press.

(2011, paperback, 130 pages)