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Published by Mellen Research University Press in San Francisco .
Written in English



  • Kenya


  • Economic development -- Religious aspects.,
  • Kenya -- Economic conditions -- Regional disparities.,
  • Kenya -- Politics and government.,
  • Kenya -- Religious life and customs.

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Edition Notes

StatementRobert Wortham.
SeriesDistinguished dissertations series ;, v. 9, Distinguished dissertation series ;, v. 9.
LC ClassificationsHC865 .W67 1990
The Physical Object
Pagination365 p. :
Number of Pages365
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2029267M
ISBN 100773499547
LC Control Number91006518

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