Assign 4-1 - a What are the effects of the European Colonial Period including the earlier slave trade on the current political and economic

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a. What are the effects of the European Colonial Period, including the earlier slave trade on the current political and economic situation in sub-Saharan Africa? Most of the older Africans today grew up under the colonial rule and lived through World War II and have experienced the instabilities of the post independence years. Unlike other Democratic counties where the country is ruled by the people, African independence has usually resulted in the continues rule of the few, though the new elites are indigenous, not foreign. The urban community enjoys the benefits from the state-run programs. Most of the Small middle and upper classes benefit from government. The policies are made by few members and they usually don’t benefit the public, instead it is usually driven by self- interest and greed. b. Why do many Africans believe that their own governments and leaders have not served them well? Are there exceptions to this pattern? The decision making in many societies is done by only a few members and is usually
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2010 for the course ACCT 225 S taught by Professor Webster during the Spring '10 term at Franklin.

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Assign 4-1 - a What are the effects of the European Colonial Period including the earlier slave trade on the current political and economic

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