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By Mahmood Mamdani

Mandani's paintings does for Uganda what no different paintings on that state has performed prior to, that's to supply a carefully systematic and convincing interpretation of its politics, prior to and after independence, within the lighting of a lucid reconstruction of its heritage and a coherent research of its category constitution.

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