Liberation struggle in Africa.
In the 1960s, when many African states gained their independence after centuries of European colonization, there was hope for rapid progress and the end of social injustice that had been enforced by the colonists. Most of the newly independent countries had everything they needed to start anew: a young population, less populated areas, arable lands, and more importantly, mineral, and natural resources.
Question: Does the change of power that brought the leaders of the liberation struggle to power in Africa by itself constitute evidence of the success of the liberation struggle in Africa? In other words, did the African independence movement lay the foundations for the economic, political, and social progress of Africa?
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