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Visions of the African Press in Colonial Kenya: What the Nationalists Imagined
Unformatted Document Text:  22 Kaggia, B. 1975. Roots of Freedom, 1921-1963; the Autobiography of Bildad Kaggia. Nairobi: East African Publishing House. Kariuki, J. M. 1963. Mau Mau Detainee. London: Oxford University Press. Kenyatta, J. 1968. Suffering Without Bitterness: The Founding of the Kenyan Nation. Nairobi: East African Publishing House. Kitchen, H. 1956. The Press in Africa. Washington, DC: Ruth Sloan Associates. Mboya, T. 1963. Freedom and After. Boston: Little, Brown and Co. Odinga, O. 1967. Not Yet Uhuru: The Autobiography of Oginga Odinga. New York: Hill and Wang. Roelker, J. R. 1976. Mathu of Kenya: A Political Study. Stanford, Calif.: Hoover Institute Press. Rosberg, C. G. and Nottingham, J. 1970. The Myth of Mau Mau; Nationalism is Kenya. New York: Meridian Books. Scotton, J. F. 1975. “Kenya’s Maligned Press: Time for a Reassessment,” Journalism Quarterly 52: 30-36. Seidenberg, D. A. 1983. Uhuru and the Kenya Indians; The Role of a Minority Community in Kenya Politics 1939-1963. Delhi: Vikas Publishing House Ltd. Switzer, L. 1997. South Africa’s Alternative Press; Voices of Protest and Resistance, 1880-1960. London: Cambridge University Press. Switzer, L., and Adhikair, M. 2000. South Africa’s Resistance Press; Alternative Voices in the Last Generation Under Apartheid. Athens: Ohio University Center for International Studies. Thuku, H. 1970. Autobiography. Nairobi: Oxford University Press. Tomaselli, K., and Louw, P. E. 1991. The Alternative Press in South Africa. London: James Currey.

Authors: Wall, Melissa.
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Kaggia, B. 1975. Roots of Freedom, 1921-1963; the Autobiography of Bildad Kaggia.
Nairobi: East African Publishing House.

Kariuki, J. M. 1963. Mau Mau Detainee. London: Oxford University Press.

Kenyatta, J. 1968. Suffering Without Bitterness: The Founding of the Kenyan Nation.
Nairobi: East African Publishing House.

Kitchen, H. 1956. The Press in Africa. Washington, DC: Ruth Sloan Associates.

Mboya, T. 1963. Freedom and After. Boston: Little, Brown and Co.

Odinga, O. 1967. Not Yet Uhuru: The Autobiography of Oginga Odinga. New York:
Hill and Wang.

Roelker, J. R. 1976. Mathu of Kenya: A Political Study. Stanford, Calif.: Hoover
Institute Press.

Rosberg, C. G. and Nottingham, J. 1970. The Myth of Mau Mau; Nationalism is Kenya.
New York: Meridian Books.

Scotton, J. F. 1975. “Kenya’s Maligned Press: Time for a Reassessment,” Journalism
Quarterly 52: 30-36.

Seidenberg, D. A. 1983. Uhuru and the Kenya Indians; The Role of a Minority
Community in Kenya Politics 1939-1963. Delhi: Vikas Publishing House Ltd.

Switzer, L. 1997. South Africa’s Alternative Press; Voices of Protest and Resistance,
1880-1960. London: Cambridge University Press.

Switzer, L., and Adhikair, M. 2000. South Africa’s Resistance Press; Alternative Voices
in the Last Generation Under Apartheid. Athens: Ohio University Center for
International Studies.

Thuku, H. 1970. Autobiography. Nairobi: Oxford University Press.

Tomaselli, K., and Louw, P. E. 1991. The Alternative Press in South Africa. London:
James Currey.


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