Edited By: C Achebe, AP Okeyo, G Hyden and C Magadza
A number of distinguished Africans, representing a broad range of disciplines ask what will the continent look like in 2057, a century on from independence in Ghana and Sudan? They set out to provide some 'credible alternative visions', challenging the persistent image of Africa as a continent in crisis. North America: Heinemann; Kenya: EAEP
'It makes a refreshing change to read a book which not only takes a longer than usual view of African development but is also ultimately optimistic.' - 'Journal of Modern African Studies'
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