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    Equatorial Guinea: Colonialism, State Terror, and the Search for Stability

    The troubled history of Equatorial Guinea reflects, in many ways, the history of other developing nations. Among the newest of postcolonial nations, Equatorial Guinea has suffered political instability and the resulting economic dislocation. The state-sponsored terror under the regime of first president Francisco Macias Nguema forced many to flee, leaving the economy, long dependent on the cocoa plantation system, in shambles. Dr. Sundiata traces the state's troubled path from colonialism to independence, emphasizing the obstacles that separate Equatorial Guinea from complete self-sufficiency. [I._K._Sundiata]_Equatorial_Guinea_Colonialism__S_bookos-z1.org_

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