2011-10-01Zeitschriftenartikel DOI: 10.18452/13581
Early Limits of Local Decolonization in São Tomé and Príncipe: From Colonial Abuses to Postcolonial Disappointment, 1945–1976
Philosophische Fakultät III
The article discusses the social conditions of São Tomé e Principe during the country's late colonial period under Portuguese rule and in the early years of decolonization. Particular focus is given to the social aspects of São Tomé e Principe's plantations with a particular focus on the abuse of the laborers. An overview of the self-administration of the country's plantations by the Comissões Administrativas Provisórias (Provisional Committees of Administration), which became the Comités de Acção Política (Committees of Political Action: both CAP), is also presented.
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Is Part Of Series: International Journal of African Historical Studies, 44, 3, 2011, pp 373-392, http://www.bu.edu/africa/publications/ijahs