Political Reawakening in Zimbabwe

Authors

  • Patrick Bond

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-050-11-1999-04_1

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Abstract

In Zimbabwe, is a post-nationalist politics propelled by progressive currents finally on the horizon? Has fatigue associated with the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union's (ZANU's) malgovernance and economic mistakes finally reached a breaking point? If so, do these developments reflect a general dynamic in the broader social struggle against the globalized, neoliberal form international capitalism now takes? Will a new labor party emerge as the organizational basis for popular aspirations?

Published

1999-04-01

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Review of the Month