The African Revolution: Theory and Practice: The Political Thought of Amilcar Cabral; Frelimo and the Mozambique Revolution
AbstractThe following two articles, which we have been planning to publish for several months, assume a sad timeliness in view of last month's assassination of Amilcar Cabral, leader of the national liberation struggle against Portuguese rule in Guinea Bissao, As Charles McCollester's article makes clear, Cabral was a revolutionary thinker of enormous power and creativity, perhaps the greatest yet produced by the African continent. And John Saul's article on Mozambique provides convincing evidence that creative revolutionary theory, much influenced by Cabral and the successes of his movement in Guinea Bissau, is increasingly being put into practice elsewhere in Africa. - The Editors
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