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Paul Gifford employs concepts taken from political economy to shed light on the current dynamics of African churches and churchgoers, and assesses their different contributions in political developments since 1989. He also evaluates the Churches' role in promoting a civil society in Africa. Includes a section on Kaunda, Chiluba and Mumba (2 are presidents, one aspired to the office in 2001 and served briefly as Veep in Mwanawasa's government. 

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