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A Socialist Peace?Explaining the Absence of War in an African Country$
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Mike McGovern

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780226453576

Published to Chicago Scholarship Online: January 2018

DOI: 10.7208/chicago/9780226453743.001.0001

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The Symbolic Death of Sékou Touré

The Symbolic Death of Sékou Touré

(p.165) Six The Symbolic Death of Sékou Touré
A Socialist Peace?

Mike McGovern

University of Chicago Press

In Chapter 6, the author tries to formulate a theory of the post-socialist state. We may already have theories that make sense of the period under which a country is ruled by a socialist power, but there is very little on the post-socialist state. Following the example of Guinea, the author examines the afterlife of Touré’s policies following his demise and their effects on changing Guinean political involvement and practices.

Keywords:   post-socialism, trade unionism, strikes

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