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I Spit on their Graves : Testimony Relevant to the Democratization Struggle in Cameroon.

Author: Godfrey B Tangwa
Publisher: Oxford : Langaa RPCIG, 2010.
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The essays collected in this volume are, by the depth of their analysis and the breath of their vision, indeed ëNo Trifling Matterí. They are a chronicle of the events in contemporary Cameroonian society, especially as concerns the conduct of public affairs therein. Over and above its relevance for our own time, this chronicle will, in the decades that lie ahead, serve as a rich source of information, opinion and  Read more...
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Tangwa, Godfrey B.
I Spit on their Graves : Testimony Relevant to the Democratization Struggle in Cameroon.
Oxford : Langaa RPCIG, ©2010
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Godfrey B Tangwa
ISBN: 9789956715794 9956715794
OCLC Number: 830165184
Description: 1 online resource (224 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Dedication; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgements; Le Cameroun c'est le Cameroun; Boycott All Boycottables; Tribute To Professor Gabriel Obenson; Christmas in ""Baghdad""; Two Honourable Options; The Wolves Finally Discard their Sheep's Clothing; Bello Bouba is Bouba Bello; Something Pass You why You No Leave Am?; The CRTV Versus the People; Sir, I Like your American Accent, But ... ; Where is the "Grand débat" We Were Promised?; The Fault is Not in Our Stars; From Autocracy to Dyarchy; It is All A Sham, Make Believe. Unfrancophonic Francophones: The Last Reed of our Drowning HopesUnanglophonic Anglophones: The Clogs on our Libertarian Wheels; The Ironies of our History; Bell Luc Rene's Dane Gun Theory; Louis Tobie Mbida ́s Naïve Candour; Ben Muna Opts for Political Harakiri; The Nuances Between "Large" and ""Grand""; The Descent into Hell; Let The, Be Anathema; Owona ́s "Jealous" Constitution; Francophones May Be Deaf But Certainly not Dumb; A Most Incredible Country, Cameroon; From my Mail Bag; The Media and the Democratic Process in Cameroon; A Permanent State of Siege; The French Connection. A Day at the French EmbassyThe Limits of Demagogic Madness; War in ""Bagdad""; The Well Deserved Mockery of A People by its Own Leaders; Who is the Head of the Catholic Church in Cameroon?; L'heure est grave; A Dictatorship Cannot be Reformed; A Tale of Anniversaries; Moral Bankruptcy; Irreparable Rupture; The French may not be Foolish but ... ; The Sign of Things to Come; Eleven Years of Rapacious Plunder; Lessons From The GCE Affair; Further Lessons; A People Fit to Be Slaves; Beer Mungo! Beer Mungo!!; Newsy Tit-bits; I Spil on their Graves (In Advance); Epilogue; Back Cover.

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The essays collected in this volume are, by the depth of their analysis and the breath of their vision, indeed ëNo Trifling Matterí. They are a chronicle of the events in contemporary Cameroonian society, especially as concerns the conduct of public affairs therein. Over and above its relevance for our own time, this chronicle will, in the decades that lie ahead, serve as a rich source of information, opinion and comment which future generations, anxious to understand the making of an era whose impact, positive or negative, is destined to survive long after the longest-living of its principal.

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