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Description DM2000041812:EAED:SOCIAL:WOMEN:AGRICULTURE:NODATE - One of Tanganyika's greatest problem was the vast physical dispersion of its rural population. Nyerere made this issue, and his plans to tackle it, the major topic of his first presidential speech. The response was immediate and dramatic. Scores of Idealistic Tanganyikans threw themselves on to the land, founding over 300 embryonic collective farms by early 1964. Within a year most had collapsed. Most of these ventures were totally unplanned. (Photograph by Drum Photographer BAHA) Tanzania
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Keywords Drum Magazine,Africa,black and white image,horizontal,black African people,African history,Tanganyika,Tanzania,1960s,farming,farmers,crowds,harvesting,
Credit Line Drum Social Histories / Baileys African History Archive / Africa Media Online
Creation_date 2008-02-15T20:29:04
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