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A Sense of Freedom: A Story of Democracy and Progress in Africa.

Examines AFrica's smallest country, the Gambia, as one of only a few successful multi-party democracies on the continent. African journalist Hilton Fyle surveys the social and economic reasons underlying this success, featuring interviews with President Jawara and other government leaders, foreign and domestic investors and businessmen, and the leader of the political opposition. 1992. 57 min.

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