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Free Shipping Included! Uhuru by McGraw Hill Book Company, Inc. at Dream Africa H. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. ''Uhuru'' - freedom - is the one word most used and abused in Africa today, and it is upon the many highly contradictory individual interpretations of


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"Uhuru" - freedom - is the one word most used and abused in Africa today, and it is upon the many highly contradictory individual interpretations of "Uhuru" that Robert Ruark has based this superb novel. He tells the gripping story of a white colonial, Brian Dermott, and his gradual disintegration in the face of the tensions and horror now tearing that continent apart. It is a true story. The characters may be technically fictional, but there is nothing in "Uhuru" that has not happened, is not happening, or will not happen in the near future.

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Manufacturer:McGraw Hill Book Company, Inc.
Publisher:McGraw Hill Book Company, Inc.
Studio:McGraw Hill Book Company, Inc.
Package Weight:0.55 pounds
Package Size:4.2 x 1 x 1 inches

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