Democratization -- Tanzania
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Filed under: Bantu languages -- Tanzania -- HistoryFiled under: Bantu-speaking peoples -- Tanzania -- History
Filed under: Maasai language -- Dictionaries -- English
- Revitalizing U.S. Democracy Promotion: A Comprehensive Plan for Reform (Washington: New America Foundation, c2009), by Michael A. Cohen and Maria Figueroa Küpçü (PDF at newamerica.net)
- Creating Democratic Societies: Values and Norms (Bulgarian Philosophical Studies, II; Washington: Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, c1999), ed. by Plamen Makariev, Andrew M. Blasko, and Asen Davidov (multiple formats at Google)
- Viral Spiral: How the Commoners Built a Digital Republic of Their Own (Creative Commons-licensed PDF, c2008), by David Bollier (PDF with commentary at Wayback Machine)
- Deepening Democracy: Institutional Innovations in Empowered Participatory Governance (2003), by Archon Fung and Erik Olin Wright (PDF files at Wisconsin)
- The Backlash Against Democracy Assistance: A Report (2006), by National Endowment for Democracy (U.S.) (PDF at ned.org)
- Overcoming Obstacles to Peace: Local Factors in Nation-Building (c2013), by James Dobbins, Laurel Miller, Stéphanie Pézard, Christopher S. Chivvis, Julie E. Taylor, Keith Crane, Calin Trenkov-Wermuth, and Tewodaj Mengistu (multiple formats with commentary at rand.org)
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Filed under: Yao language (Africa) -- Grammar
- Vocabulary of the Enguduk Iloigob, As Spoken by the Masai-Tribes in East-Africa (Ludwigsburg, Würtemberg, Germany: F. Riehm, 1857), by J. Erhardt
Filed under: Tanzania -- Politics and government -- 1964-Filed under: Tanzania -- ReligionFiled under: Tanzania -- Social conditionsFiled under: Tanzania -- Social life and customsFiled under: Cattle herders -- TanzaniaFiled under: Cattle stealing -- TanzaniaFiled under: Childbirth -- TanzaniaFiled under: Crime -- TanzaniaFiled under: Criminal statistics -- TanzaniaFiled under: Deforestation -- Control -- TanzaniaFiled under: Ethnology -- Tanzania
Filed under: Ethnology -- Tanzania -- Zanzibar
Filed under: Maasai (African people)Filed under: Forest degradation -- Control -- TanzaniaFiled under: Legislative bodies -- TanzaniaFiled under: Maternal and infant welfare -- TanzaniaFiled under: Maternal health services -- TanzaniaFiled under: Mothers -- Mortality -- TanzaniaFiled under: Parliamentary practice -- TanzaniaFiled under: Political culture -- TanzaniaFiled under: Political parties -- TanzaniaFiled under: Pregnancy -- Tanzania
- A Yao Grammar (London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; New York and Toronto: Macmillan, 1922), by Meredith Sanderson
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