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    Tribe and Tribulation (2 Reviews)
    The New Leaders of Africa, by Rolf Italiaander
    1. The New Leaders of Africa by Rolf Italiaander
    2. Jomo Kenyatta by George Delf
    The Saturday Review, August 26, 1961, p. 15
  2. Books and the Arts
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    The Emergence of Negro Africa (5 Reviews)
    The African Revolution, by James Cameron
    1. The African Revolution by James Cameron
    2. Africa---Angry Young Giant by Smith Hempstone
    3. Jomo Kenyatta by George Delf
    4. I Speak of Freedom by Kwame Nkrumah
    5. South African Predicament by F.P. Spooner
    The New Republic, December 4, 1961, pp. 17-18
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    Briefly Noted (7 Reviews)
    General
    1. Inside Europe Today by John Gunther
    2. The Man Who Saved London by George Martelli
    3. Jomo Kenyatta by George Delf
    4. The Potemkin Mutiny by Richard Hough
    5. As We Are by Henry Brandon
    6. Daily Life in Florence in the Time of the Medici by Jean Lucas-Dubreton
    7. Lost Languages by P.E. Cleator
    The New Yorker, August 12, 1961, pp. 88-90
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    Africa
    1. Africa---Angry Young Giant by Smith Hempstone
    2. Political Africa by Ronald Segal
    3. The New Leaders of Africa by Rolf Italiaander
    4. The Struggle for Algeria by Joseph Kraft
    5. Egypt in Search of Political Community by Nadav Safran
    6. A Modern History of the Sudan by P.M. Holt
    7. Jomo Kenyatta by George Delf
    8. Southern Rhodesia and the Central African Federation by T.R.M. Creighton
    9. The Industrial Colour Bar in South Africa by G.V. Doxey
    10. Finance and Development in West Africa by N.A. Cox-George
    11. I Speak of Freedom by Kwame Nkrumah
    Foreign Affairs, January 1962, p. 328