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By Sam Mbah, I. E. Igariwey

The 1st publication at the subject. Covers anarchistic parts in conventional African societies, African communalism, “African socialism,” and the after-effects of colonialism.

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ALBASINI, JOÃO (1890–1925). João Albasini and his brother José Albasini were owners and editors of the first black press in Mozambique— O Brado Africano (African Call)—established in 1918, based at Lourenço Marques with relatively wide circulation at Beira. The assimilated Albasini father was of Portuguese and African descent. The Albasinis published the review in Portuguese and Rhonga. João was also a novelist and published his historical novel Livro da Dor in 1925. ALBUQUERQUE, JOAQUIM AUGUSTO MOUZINHO DE (1855–1902).

Thus, since the early days, Catholicism was a major qualifying factor for the acquisition of the privileges of citizenship in the Portuguese empire (see CATHOLIC CHURCH). In time, after the independence of Brazil in 1822, which all of a sudden made Africa once again a serious national survival option for Portugal, contemporary liberal constitutions simply emphasized being born in the national territories of Africa and Asia, declared parts of Portugal, as a sufficient condition for citizenship. However, historians find no specific laws or decrees issued by the Portuguese state in its history to achieve the goal of assimilation, at least not earlier than its overseas expansion to India, Brazil, and Africa.

In 1997, cotton production was 18,000 metric tons. 24 million metric tons in 1964 but declined to 18,000 tons in 1981 and 3,800 in 1984. In 1997, cashew nut production rose to 60,000 metric tons. 3 thousand metric tons in 1964, 165,042 tons in 1965, 227,823 in 1975, 177,200 in 1982, and down to 39,000 tons in 1984. In 1997, sugarcane production was 300,000 metric tons. Copra production rose steadily over the years to attain 74,000 metric tons in 1997. It was 50,000 tons in 1965, 45,507 tons in 1967, 43,507 tons in 1972, but rising to 60,000 in 1980 and to a mere 65,000 by 1985.

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