Uganda

Rita M. Byrnes, ed. Uganda: A Country Study. Washington: GPO for the Library of Congress, 1990.

Acknowledgments
Preface

History
HISTORICAL LEGACIES AND SOCIAL DIVISIONS
UGANDA BEFORE 1900
Early Political Systems

Long-Distance Trade and Foreign Contact
THE COLONIAL ERA
The Issue of Independence
Power Politics in Buganda
INDEPENDENCE: THE EARLY YEARS
MILITARY RULE UNDER AMIN
UGANDA AFTER AMIN
The Interim Period: 1979-80

The Second Obote Regime: 1981-85
The Return of Military Rule: 1985

The Society and Its Environment
GEOGRAPHY
Land Use
Mountains
Lakes and Rivers
Climate
POPULATION
ETHNIC DIVERSITY AND LANGUAGE
Eastern Lacustrine Bantu
Western Lacustrine Bantu
Eastern Nilotic Language Groups
Western Nilotic Language Groups
Central Sudanic Language Groups
Foreigners
RELIGION
Christianity
Islam
Local Religions
Millenarian Religions
SOCIAL CHANGE
WOMEN IN SOCIETY
EDUCATION
HEALTH AND WELFARE

The Economy
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
GROWTH AND STRUCTURE OF THE ECONOMY
ROLE OF THE GOVERNMENT
LABOR FORCE
AGRICULTURE
Crops
Livestock
Fishing
Forestry
INDUSTRY
Energy
Manufacturing
Mining
TOURISM
BANKING AND CURRENCY

Government
THE TEN-POINT PROGRAM
THE CONSTITUTION
SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT
The Executive

The National Resistance Council
Local Administration
Judicial System
Elections
POLITICAL DYNAMICS
Fears of Regional Domination

Buganda and the Kingship
Political Parties
Surprise Political Tactics
FOREIGN RELATIONS
Regional Organizations
Kenya and Tanzania
Sudan, Rwanda, and Zaire
Britain
The United States
Israel

Bibliography

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