Robert Mugabe and African Leaders' Love-Hate Relationship with European Colonial Legacy

The legacy of fighting against colonists give Mugabe and other African independence leaders a free hand in ruling the newly independent countries, but not the skills needed to develop a modern economy.

Robert Mugabe and African Leaders' Love-Hate Relationship with European Colonial Legacy
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