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Issa Gulamhussein Shivji (born 1946) is a Tanzanian author and academic, and one of Africa's leading experts on law and development issues. He has taught and worked in universities all over the world.
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Find nearly any book by Issa G Shivji. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Let the People Speak. Tanzania Down the Road to Neo-Liberalism. ISBN 9782869781832 (978-2-86978-183-2) Softcover, Codesria, 2006.
Dr. Shivji gives an impressive example of the fact that it is social history which underlies legal development and that law ultimately reflects social struggles while at the same time securing the interests of the dominant social classes. Learn more about this copy.
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The state and the working people. This is the central message of this intensely argued book. The roots of agrarian crisis in Tanzania: A theoretical perspective. Reprinted in P. G. Forster & S. Maghimbi (Eds). Issa Shivji demonstrates the need to go back to the basics of radical political economy and ask fundamental questions: who produces the society's surplus product, who appropriates and accumulates it and how is this done. What is the character of accumulation and what is the social agency of change?
Issa G. Shivji is one of Africa's leading experts on law and development issues. The State and the Working People in Tanzania.
Issa G. Shivji has served as advocate of the high court and the Court of Appeal of Tanzania since 1977 and advocate of the high court in Zanzibar since 1989. He has taught and worked in universities all over the world, including the University of Zimbabwe, the University of Warwick, the University of Hong Kong and El Colegio De Mexico. He most recently co-authored the book "Constitutional and Legal Systems of Tanzania" (2005). For many people the end of their university years also marks the end of their activism.
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