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It is, of course, arguable that British ofﬁcials were not primarily concerned with the implanting of genuine democracies but with a smooth hand-over of power to local leaders who would then be free to indulge their more autocratic inclinations. Ofﬁcials were aware of events in Ghana where, by January 1964, Dr Nkrumah had secured approval by referendum for the establishment of a one-party state and were under no illusions that a similar path might be followed in other parts of Commonwealth Africa.
G. Anthony, The Story of Northern Rhodesia, Humanities Press, New York, 1953; L. H. Gann, The Birth of a Plural Society, the Development of Northern Rhodesia Under the British South Africa Company, 1894–1914, Greenwood Press, Westport CT, 1958; and L. H. Gann, History of Northern Rhodesia, Humanities Press, New York, 1964. 9 R. Seidman, ‘Drafting for the Rule of Law: Maintaining Legality in Developing Countries’ (1987) 12 Yale Journal of International Law 85. 87. 11 B. O. Nwabueze, ‘Our March to Constitutional Democracy’ (1989), Guardian Lecture, 24 July 1989.
271 at p. 285. , at p. 285. 8 See generally, A. J. Wills, An Introduction to the History of Central Africa, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1973; L. F. G. Anthony, The Story of Northern Rhodesia, Humanities Press, New York, 1953; L. H. Gann, The Birth of a Plural Society, the Development of Northern Rhodesia Under the British South Africa Company, 1894–1914, Greenwood Press, Westport CT, 1958; and L. H. Gann, History of Northern Rhodesia, Humanities Press, New York, 1964. 9 R. Seidman, ‘Drafting for the Rule of Law: Maintaining Legality in Developing Countries’ (1987) 12 Yale Journal of International Law 85.