AuthorFRANCHER, RACHEL MARIE
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AbstractThis paper seeks to examine the changing perspectives of academics in regards to the ideology and policies of Julius Nyerere. Academics are influenced by a variety of pressures - both internal and external - which create a bias that is evident in their writing. These pressures change over time, and with it so does bias and perspectives. Nyerere was active politically from the late 50s till the end of his life in 1999 - this paper will therefore be broken into different sections, one for each decade, in order to track these changes.
Degree ProgramHonors College