This book uniquely depicts the preeminent role that African
trade unions played in ousting dictatorships and bringing democracy
to many African countries in the 1990s. In the analytical
introduction and case studies of major African countries, leading
scholars relate how democratic trade unions were critical in
launching and sustaining democratization. Working with other
societal groups and parties, unions continue to represent the
popular classes and invigorate democratic life in these otherwise
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