Succession to High Office in Botswana: Three Case Studies
by Jack Parson
Ohio University Press, 1990
Paper: 978-0-89680-157-8
Library of Congress Classification JQ2760.A61S83 1990
Dewey Decimal Classification 321.804096883

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This book examines the process through which the mantle of leadership passed from one leader to another in Botswana. It concerns the succession to high office in Botswana over the course of more than half a century from the colonial time to the present. Three case studies explore the relationship between the British colonial authorities and the tribal leaders in affirming the legitimacy of the tribal chiefs of the Bangwato tribe in the former Bechuanaland protectorate. The studies examine the succession crises of the Bangwato first in 1925 and again between 1948 to 1953 and the political changes from the Botswana National Archives contained in the appendices fully support the text.

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