It is rare for a scholar to revisit the scene of earlier research with a view to evaluating how that research has stood up over time. Here David E Apter does that and more. In a lengthy new introductory chapter to this classic study of bureaucratic nationalism, he reviews the efficacy of the concepts in his original study of Uganda of almost a century ago, including some, such as consociationalism', which have entered into the mainstream of comparative politics.

chapter 2|33 pages

The Social and Economic Environment

chapter 7|12 pages

The Development of a National Government

chapter 9|14 pages

The Growth of Economic Nationalism

chapter 11|18 pages

Crisis and the Emerging State, I

chapter 12|29 pages

Crisis and the Emerging State, II

chapter 17|44 pages

Toward Democracy and Independence