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41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 4 7. 48. 49. 50. ), The New Authoritarianism in Latin America (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1979). Raymond Pahl and J. T. ) The Corporate State - Reality or Myth? (London: Centre for Studies in Public Policy, 1976) 6. The quintessential work is, of course, Kwame Nkrumah's Neocolonialism: The Highest Stage of Imperialism (London: Panaf Books, 1971). For critiques of the inadequacies of dependency theory's class analysis see, inter alia, Bernstein, 'Sociology of Development versus Sociology of Underdevelopment'; Colin Leys, 'Underdevelopment and Dependency: Critical Notes', Journal of Contemporary Asia 7(1) 1977, 92-1 07; and Ian Roxborough, 'Development Theory in the Sociology of Development', West African Journal of Sociology and Political Science 1(2) 1976, 116-33.
31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 37 - the Significance of the Kenyan Case', Socialist Register, vol. 15, 1978,241 66. See for example, Tony Smith, 'The Underdevelopment of Development Literature: The Case of Dependency Theory', World Politics 31(2) 1979, 24 7-88; Pat McGowan and David Smith, 'Economic Dependency in Black Africa: An Analysis of Competing Theories', International Organisation 32(1) 1978, 179-235, and Pat McGowan, 'Economic Development and Economic Performance in Black Africa', Journal of Modern African Studies 14(1) 1976, 25-40.
On the other hand recent questions have been raised about the potential of Kenya, that most written-about of African states, 44 to achieve the process of industrial transformation to semi-peripheral status that many scholars expect for it. As Langdon has recently pointed out, just to say that there is in some states a growing nationalist bourgeoisie capable of capital accumulation, as is undoubtedly the case in states such as Kenya and Ivory Coast, should not lead ipso facto to assumptions that a process of transformation is inevitable.
Africa Projected: From Recession to Renaissance by the Year 2000? by Timothy M. Shaw, Olajide Aluko