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AIDS and Power: Why There is No Political Crisis, Yet (African Arguments) (edition 2006)

by Alexander De Waal

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Title:AIDS and Power: Why There is No Political Crisis, Yet (African Arguments)
Authors:Alexander De Waal
Info:Zed Books Ltd (2006), Paperback, 176 pages
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Tags:aids, hiv, medicine, politics, africa, south africa, health politics

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AIDS and Power: Why there is no Political Crisis - Yet by Alex de Waal

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'In this book, Alex de Waal does what few have done before him: he moves beyond the assumed polemic, separates ideologically infused doom-saying from the available empirical evidence and bases his conclusions on what we actually know about the impact of AIDS.' - Pieter Fourie, University of Johannesburg, in Politikon (April 2007), 34 (1)
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