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Stephanie Urdang • 4 Items / 2 Books, 2 Articles
And Still They Dance (1989)
Women, War, and the Struggle for Change in Mozambique
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    Mozambican Women Balance between Future and Past (Review)
    And Still They Dance, by Stephanie Urdang
    1. And Still They Dance by Stephanie Urdang
    In These Times, February 15, 1989, pp. 21-23
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    Africa (7 Reviews)
    The African Poor: A History, by John Iliffe
    1. The African Poor: A History by John Iliffe
    2. The African Worker by Bill Freund
    3. And Still They Dance by Stephanie Urdang
    4. Francophone Sub-Saharan Africa, 1880-1995 by Patrick Manning
    5. Prisoners of a Dream by Leo Raditsa
    6. South Africa: Diary of Troubled Times by Nomavenda Mathiane
    7. Tutu by Shirley du Boulay
    Orbis, Fall 1989, pp. 623-626
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    Recent Books on International Relations (9 Reviews)
    Africa
    1. Uprooting Poverty by Francis Wilson #2 and Mamphela Ramphele
    2. Can South Africa Survive? by John D. Brewer
    3. A Future South Africa by Peter L. Berger and Bobby Godsell
    4. South Africa Inc by David Pallister, Sarah Stewart, and Ian Lepper
    5. Sophiatown by Don Mattera
    6. Soweto, My Love by Molapatene Collins Ramusi
    7. And Still They Dance by Stephanie Urdang
    8. The Star Raft by Philip Snow
    9. Psychoses of Power by Samuel Decalo
    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1989, pp. 186-188