Encouraged by way of Gandhi's non-violent crusade of civil disobedience to accomplish political ends, Kwame Nkrumah led present-day Ghana to independence. This research of his political, social and monetary notion centres on his personal writings, and re-examines his existence and proposal via concentrating on the political discourse and controversies surrounding him.
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