Imperialism and Fascism in Uganda

Imperialism and Fascism in Uganda

Mamdani argues that neo-colonialism means fascism for the working masses in the Third World.

Mamdani cautions against seeing fascism in Uganda as a result of the individual, Idi Amin. Instead, he sees Idi Amin himself as a product of the specific conditions of the country at the time, which arose from a specific historical context, colonialism. He argues that fascism was supported by a continuation of colonialist thought even after Independence,

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