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Burkina Faso and Thomas Sankara

Burkina Faso remains one of the ten least developed countries of the world. The 1983-87 Burkina revolution, Sankara acknowledged, was occurring in a backward, agricultural, semi-feudal country where there was not yet ‘an organized working class, conscious of its historic mission.” He sought to build a national economy based more on domestic markets and interests. … Continue reading Burkina Faso and Thomas Sankara