African Leadership in the Twentieth Century represents the most comprehensive analysis of African leadership to date. It offers both historical and contemporary insights on how African leadership successfully achieved independence, but failed to improve the quality of African life. The study's critical analysis provides imperatives for future African leadership in the 21st century.
Jacob U. Gordon is Professor and Research Fellow at the University of Kansas.
Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Introduction: African Leadership and Colonialism Chapter 3 Africa at-a-Glance Chapter 4 African Leaders of the Twentieth Century Chapter 5 Emerging Concepts in African Leadership Chapter 6 The Future of African Leadership Chapter 7 Conclusions Chapter 8 Bibliography Chapter 9 Index