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100 1  Rabinowitz, Beth,|eauthor 
245 10 Coups, rivals, and the modern state :|bwhy rural 
       coalitions matter in sub-Saharan Africa /|cBeth S. 
264  1 Cambridge, United Kingdom ;|aNew York, NY:|bCambridge 
       University Press,|c2018 
300    xii, 309 pages :|billustrations, maps ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 246-296) and 
505 00 |tIntroduction --|gPart I.|tSetting the stage. --|tA new 
       theory of coalition politics --|tPatterns of rule in 
       Africa --|tRural alliances and coup risk : testing the 
       theory. --|gPart II.|tForging coalitions. --|tAlienating 
       rural allies--Kwame Nkrumah 1947-1957 --|tAligning with 
       regional foes--Félix Houphouët-Boigny 1945-1960. --|gPart 
       III.|tConsolidating power. --|tAn urban strategy unravels-
       -Kwame Nkrumah 1957-1966 --|tA rural strategy builds a 
       nation--Félix Houphouët-Boigny 1960-1980. --|gPart IV.
       |tReversal of fortune. --|tReviving the state--J.J. 
       Rawlings 1979-1999 --|tLosing the periphery--Henri Konan 
       Bedie 1980-1999 --|tStructure not strategy? examining 
       alternative explanations --|tConclusion 
520    "Over the past three decades, sub-Saharan Africa has 
       undergone promising changes. Most countries have 
       instituted regular multiparty elections. Military rule has
       been on a steady decline. With this increased stability, 
       Africa has seen unparalleled economic growth. So much so 
       that sub-Saharan growth rates exceeded those of the world 
       economy for the first two decades of the new millennium. 
       Yet, there are troubling trends as well. The vast majority
       of low-income countries are found south of the Sahara. 
       African states grapple with food insecurity, high 
       unemployment, poverty, poor infrastructure, environmental 
       degradation, and low integration in the global economy. 
       Nor has political liberalization been wholly progressive. 
       One-third of the states identified as 'not free' in 2017 
       by Freedom House were in sub-Saharan Africa. In many 
       instances, African presidents have been able to work 
       around multi-party elections and remain in power for two, 
       three, in some cases even four decades. Countries like 
       Burundi, South Sudan, Somalia, and the Central African 
       Republic have continued to be on the precipice of civil 
       conflict. And although there are fewer coups, since 2000 
       fourteen presidents have been successfully overthrown."--
       Publisher's summary 
600 10 Houphouët-Boigny, Félix,|d1905-1993 
600 10 Nkrumah, Kwame,|d1909-1972 
650  0 Political stability|zAfrica, Sub-Saharan 
650  0 Coalitions|zAfrica, Sub-Saharan 
650  0 Coups d'état|zAfrica, Sub-Saharan 
650  0 Presidents|zCôte d'Ivoire 
650  0 Presidents|zGhana 
651  0 Africa, Sub-Saharan|xPolitics and government 
651  0 Côte d'Ivoire|xPolitics and government 
651  0 Ghana|xPolitics and government 
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