The Politics of Religious Change on the Upper Guinea Coast
This book is an account of the circumstances that led to a Muslim religious movement on the Guinea coast and its legacies in today's Republic of Guinea. This book focuses on the political and religious changes that West Africa experienced and their impact on the continent's disrupted political and religious landscape.
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