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by Gerald Caplan
The Betrayal of Africa presents a concise but comprehensive overview of. .Another book about "Africa" you may ask, and one of only 128 small pages?
The Betrayal of Africa presents a concise but comprehensive overview of its subject. Gerald Caplan is passionate about his subject and is highly convincing in advancing his argument. an excellent supplemental resource.
The "Betrayal of Africa" is published as a Groundwork Guide, a series intended to "provide an overview of key contemporary political and social issues. these books tackle pressing and sometimes controversial topics, offering both a lively introduction to the subject and a strong point of view. Caplan expertly lives up to the series' intentions.
The Betrayal of Africa book. are excellent books, mandatory for school libraries and the increasing body of young people prepared to take ownership of the situations and problems previous generations have left them. Think Africa, and many people think of brutal war, endless famine, pervasive corruption, unworthy rulers, universal poverty, an AIDS epidemic.
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In the wealthy West, it's assumed that Africa is the problem and we are the solution. This timely book argues the opposite. Though couched in benevolent terms, Western policies in fact have for decades helped fuel the continent's devastating decline. Every year, far more of Africa's riches flow out to the rich world than we plough into Africa.
Results from Google Books. Series: Groundwork Guides (2008). Argues that it is the policies of rich Western nations that are responsible for many of Africa's problems, discussing such issues as the large gap between rich and poor, women's rights, health, and education, and advocates change.
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Written by Gerald Caplan. This book refutes the common assumption that Africa is the problem and the Western world is the solution to the challenges Africa faces; the author argues that rich countries are also responsible for Africa’s problems. Ideas for getting started. Introduce the book and your goals for studying it, and briefly outline the is-sues the book explores.
Caplan, G (2008) The Betrayal of Africa, Groundwood Books. Caplan, G (2005) Why We Must Never Forget the Rwandan Genocide in Manji, F and Burnett, P (eds) African Voices on Development and Social Justice
Caplan, G (2008) The Betrayal of Africa, Groundwood Books. Caplan, G (2005) Why We Must Never Forget the Rwandan Genocide in Manji, F and Burnett, P (eds) African Voices on Development and Social Justice. Caplan, G (2005) Some Reminders of the International Response to the Crisis in Manji, F and Burnett, P (eds) African Voices on Development and Social Justice. Caplan, G (1970) The elites of Barotseland, 1878-1969: a political history of Zambia's Western Province, London: Hurst.