Reinventing the Colonial State: Constitutionalism, One-Party Rule, and Civil War in Sierra Leone critically examines the peculiarities of this West African state's colonial and postcolonial history, politics, and constitutional development as keys to understanding its chronic and persistent underdevelopment, political instability, civil war, and near collapse in the 1990s. This approach situates the political continuities between the colonial and postcolonial states at the very center of the discourse about issues related to governance and development.
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