There can be no democracy without development and no development without democracy - that is the fundamental message underlying this survey of trade unions and development in Africa. The book identifies an impressive range of factors that give much cause for optimism: the survival of uniquely African styles of democracy (arbre a palabre), efforts to appeal to women workers and attempts to broaden the scope of trade union recruitment.
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