Independence Movements - Notes

Independence Movements - Notes - For Monday Nov 2 read pp...

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For Monday, Nov. 2, read pp. 31-92 in Anthills and answer this question: What do these African elites think of the British? Why do you think they think this way?
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Public Arenas in Africa - Rural communities - Emerging urban areas - International elite networks
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Modern Institutions arrive with Colonialism - modern government - capitalistic economies - professional military - church agencies - mass media - formal education
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For Wednesday, Nov. 4, read pp. 93- 139 and answer this question: Which character, among Chris, Ikem and Beatrice, comes the closest to acting in ways that would be good for ordinary Africans in the nation? Why?
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For Friday, Nov. 6, read pp. 140-179 in Anthills of the Savannah What elements of modernity does the government use to silence Ikem and Chris?
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Options for Africans facing economic limitations of colonialism A. Accept the status quo B. Armed resistance C. Try to advance through education D. Move to city or plantation E. Form political movement
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Independence Movements Political Movements - Kenya 1920s - Kikuyu Association worked for reforms for Kikuyu
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