Ghana: A study of an emerging country
Vaughan, Evan J.
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In recent months much of world's attention has been directed toward the newly independent nations of Africa. We in the Unite States should be particularly concerned with Africa because it represents a proving ground upon which can be tested the postulate that democracy as a form of government and free enterprise as an economic institution have an application in nations other than our own. Since Ghana was the first of the new African nations to gain independence and is therefore at lest chronologically the most advanced, it is felt that an examination of its progress will give some insight into what we can expect from other African nations in the years to come.
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