Mau Mau from Within: An Analysis of Kenya's Peasant Revolt

By: Barnett, Donald L.; Njama, Karari

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Thick Softcover, Stated Second Printing Monthly Review Press 512 pages. Good+, in illustrated wraps. Moderate shelf/edge wear, toning and dust soiling to covers. rear cover has a small crease. No previous owner markings - all pages are clean and unmarked with just a touch of toning. Faint creasing to spine. Bookstore stamp - Shrine of the Black Madonna on the half-title page. Donald L. Barnett, an American anthropologist, interviewed at length Karari Njama, a Kikuyu schoolteacher, who participated in the Mau Mau insurrection in Kenya (1952-1956). He brings out the magical and religious dimensions of this armed movement, its organization, motivations, and weaknesses. An analysis of Kenya's Peasant Revolt published by the Monthly Review, an independent Socialist Magazine. ISBN-0853451354. LOC SSE-02

Title: Mau Mau from Within: An Analysis of Kenya's Peasant Revolt

Author Name: Barnett, Donald L.; Njama, Karari

Categories: History,

Publisher: Monthly Review Press: 1968-01-01

ISBN Number: 0853451354

ISBN Number 13: 9780853451358

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good+

Jacket Condition: in illustrated wraps

Type: Paperback

Seller ID: 190929009