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Title:Land, socialism and the law of Tanzania
Author:Fimbo, G.M.ISNI
Periodical:Eastern Africa Law Review
Geographic term:Tanzania
Subjects:land reform
Abstract:In Tanzania the approach of revolution by evolutionary means implicates that the inherited laws, system of administration etc. will not be shaken to their foundation. What is aimed at is an attempt at patchwork, reforms within the inherited structures. In the article the reformatory action of the TANU Government concerning land is discussed. Sections: Part 1: Land law and policy during the colonial period (Tanganyika agriculture before the colonial era - German invasion and plantation economy - British policy) - Part 2: Land law and policy under the TANU Government: TANU versus landlords and the big farmer (Freehold conversion - TANU and the landlords - Capitalist agriculture) - Part 3: TANU and the peasant (By-laws - Control by agricultural product boards - Ujamaa villages) - Conclusion. Notes.