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Angola - REFERENCE




Angola - Bibliography

Chapter 1

Abshire, David M., and Michael A. Samuels (eds.). "The Continuing
     Crisis in Angola," Current History, 82, No. 482,
     March 1983, 124-25, 128, 138.

------. Portuguese Africa: A Handbook. New York: Praeger,
     1969.

"Angola." Pages B667-87 in Colin Legum (ed.), Africa
     Contemporary Record: Annual Survey and Documents, 1979-
     80. New York: Africana, 1981.

"Angola: Post-Neto Reverberations," Africa Confidential
     [London], 20, No. 20, October 3, 1979, 1-4.

"Angola: A State of Flux," Africa Confidential [London],
     22, No. 9, April 22, 1981, 1-3.

"Angola: Talks about Talks," Africa Confidential [London],
     23, No. 8, April 14, 1982, 1-3.

Axelson, Eric. Portugal and the Scramble for Africa, 1875-
     1891. Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press, 1967.

Bender, Gerald J. Angola under the Portuguese: The Myth and the
     Reality. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1978.

------. "Planned Rural Settlements in Angola, 1900-1969." Pages
     235-79 in Franz-Wilhelm Heimer (ed.), Social Change in
     Angola. Munich: Weltforum Verlag, 1973.

Birmingham, David. "The African Response to Early Portuguese
     Activities in Angola." Pages 11-28 in Ronald H. Chilcote
     (ed.), Protest and Resistance in Angola and Brazil:
     Comparative Studies. Berkeley: University of California
     Press, 1972.

------. "Central Africa from Cameroun to the Zambezi." Pages 325-83
     in Richard Gray (ed.), The Cambridge History of Africa, c.
     1600 to c. 1790, 4. Cambridge: Cambridge University
     Press, 1975.

------. "The Date and Significance of the Imbangala Invasion of
     Angola," Journal of African History [London], 6, No.
     2, 1965, 143-52.

------. The Portuguese Conquest of Angola. London: Oxford
     University Press, 1965.

Boxer, C.R. The Portuguese Seaborne Empire, 1415-1825. New
     York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1969.

------. Race Relations in the Portuguese Colonial Empire,
     1415-1825. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1963.

------. Salvador de Sá and the Struggle for Angola and
     Brazil. London: Athlone, 1952.

Bruce, Neil. Portugal: The Last Empire. New York: John
     Wiley and Sons, 1975.

Centro de Estudos Angolanos. História de Angola. Porto,
     Portugal: Edições Afrontamento, 1965.

Chilcote, Ronald H. (ed.). Protest and Resistance in Angola and
     Brazil: Comparative Studies. Berkeley: University of
     California Press, 1972.

Clough, Michael. "United States Policy in Southern Africa,"
     Current History, 83, No. 491, March 1984, 97-100,
     135.

Davidson, Basil. A History of East and Central Africa to the
     Late Nineteenth Century. Garden City, New York:
     Doubleday, 1969.

------. In the Eye of the Storm: Angola's People. Garden
     City, New York: Doubleday, 1972.

Delgado, Ralph. História de Angola. (4 vols.) Benguela:
     Edição da Tipografia, do Jornal de Benguela, 1948-53.

Dias, Jill R. "Black Chiefs, White Traders, and Colonial Policy
     near Kwanza: Kabuku Kambilo and the Portuguese, 1873-1896,"
     Journal of African History [London], 17, No. 2, 1976,
     245-65.

Duffy, James. Portugal in Africa. Cambridge: Harvard
     University Press, 1962.

------. Portuguese Africa. Cambridge: Harvard University
     Press, 1959.

------. "Portuguese Africa, 1930 to 1960." Pages 171-93 in L.H.
     Gann and Peter Duignan (eds.), Colonialism in Africa,
     1870-1960, 2: The History and Politics of Colonialism.
     Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1970.

Economist Intelligence Unit. Quarterly Economic Review of
     Angola, Guinea Bissau, Cape Verde, São Tomé and Príncipe
     [London], Second Quarter, 1981, 6-14.

------. Quarterly Economic Review of Angola, Guinea Bissau,
     Cape Verde, São Tomé and Príncipe [London], First
     Quarter, 1986, 7-14.

Ehnmark, Andres, and Per Wästberg. Angola and Mozambique: The
     Case Against Portugal. New York: Roy, 1963.

Falk, Pamela S. "Cuba in Africa," Foreign Affairs, 65, No.
     5, Summer 1987, 1077-96.

Gunn, Gillian. "Cuba and Angola." Pages 71-82 in Helen
     Kitchen (ed.), Angola, Mozambique, and the West.
     Washington: Center for Strategic and International Studies,
     1987.

Hammond, Richard J. Portugal and Africa, 1816-1910: A Study in
     Uneconomic Imperialism. Stanford: Stanford University
     Press, 1966.

------. "Some Economic Aspects of Portuguese Africa in the
     Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries." Pages 256-80 in L.H. Gann
     and Peter Duignan (eds.), Colonialism in Africa, 1870-
     1960, 4: The Economics of Colonialism. Cambridge:
     Cambridge University Press, 1975.

------. "Uneconomic Imperialism: Portugal in Africa Before 1910."
     Pages 352-82 in L.H. Gann and Peter Duignan (eds.),
     Colonialism in Africa, 1870-1960, 1: The History and
     Politics of Colonialism. Cambridge: Cambridge University
     Press, 1969.

Henderson, Lawrence W. Angola: Five Centuries of Conflict.
     Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1979.

Hodges, Tony. Angola to the 1990s: The Potential for
     Recovery. (Special Report No. 1079.) London: Economist,
     1987.

Humbaraci, Arslan, and Nicole Muchnik. Portugal's African
     Wars. New York: Joseph Okpaku, 1974.

Keefe, Eugene K., David P. Coffin, Sallie M. Hicks, William A.
     Mussen, Jr., Robert Rinehart, and Willam J. Simon.
     Portugal: A Country Study. (DA Pam 550-181.)
     Washington: GPO for Foreign Area Studies, The American
     University, 1976.

Kitchen, Helen (ed.). Angola, Mozambique, and the West.
     (Washington Papers Series, 130.) New York: Praeger, 1987.

Klinghoffer, Arthur Jay. The Angolan War: A Study in Soviet
     Policy in the Third World. Boulder, Colorado: Westview
     Press, 1980.

Marcum, John A. "Angola: Twenty-five Years of War," Current
     History, 85, No. 511, May 1986, 193-96, 229-31.

------. The Angolan Revolution, 1: The Anatomy of an Explosion
     (1950-1962). Cambridge: MIT Press, 1969.

------. The Angolan Revolution, 2: Exile Politics and Guerrilla
     Warfare (1962-1976). Cambridge: MIT Press, 1978.

------. "Bipolar Dependency: The People's Republic of Angola."
     Pages 12-30 in Michael Clough (ed.), Reassessing the
     Soviet Challenge in Africa. Berkeley: Institute of
     International Studies, University of California, 1986.

-----. "Radical Vision Frustrated: Angola and Cuba." (Paper
     presented to Seminar on Cuban Internationalism in Sub-Saharan
     Africa sponsored by Radio Martí Program, United States
     Information Agency, January 23, 1987.) Washington: January
     1987.

Martin, Phyllis M. Historical Dictionary of Angola.
     (African Historical Dictionaries, No. 26.) Metuchen, New
     Jersey: Scarecrow Press, 1980.

Miller, Joseph C. "Cokwe Trade and Conquest in the Nineteenth
     Century." Pages 175-201 in Richard Gray and David Birmingham
     (eds.), Pre-Colonial African Trade. London: Oxford
     University Press, 1970.

------. "The Imbangala and the Chronology of Early Central African
     History," Journal of African History [London], 13,
     No. 4, 1972, 594-674.

------. Kings and Kinsmen: Early Mbundu States in Angola.
     Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1976.

------. "Nzinga of Matamba in a New Perspective," Journal of
     African History [London], 16, No. 2, 1975, 201-16.

------. "Requiem for the `Jaga'," Cahiers d'études
     africaines [Paris], 13, No. 1, 1973, 121-49.

------. "Slaves, Slavers, and Social Change in Nineteenth Century
     Kasanje." Pages 9-29 in Franz-Wilhelm Heimer (ed.), Social
     Change in Angola. Munich: Weltforum Verlag, 1973.

------. Way of Death: Merchant Capitalism and the Angolan Slave
     Trade. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1988.

Newitt, Malyn. Portugal in Africa: The Last Hundred
     Years. London: C. Hurst, 1981.

Oliver, Roland. "The Problem of Bantu Expansion," Journal of
     African History [London], 7, No. 3, 1966, 361-76.

Oliver, Roland, and Brian M. Fagan. Africa in the Iron Age, c.
     500 B.C. to A.D. 1400. Cambridge: Cambridge University
     Press, 1975.

Pélissier, René. "Evolution des mouvements ethno-nationalistes
     Bakongo d'Angola avant la révolte du nord-ouest (1961),"
     Revue française d'études politiques africaines
     [Paris], 10, No. 111, March 1975, 81-103.

Porter, Bruce D. The USSR in Third World Conflicts: Soviet Arms
     and Diplomacy in Local Wars, 1945-1980. Cambridge:
     Cambridge University Press, 1984.

Rodney, Walter. "European Activity and African Reaction in Angola."
     Pages 49-70 in T.O. Ranger (ed.), Aspects of Central
     African History. Evanston: Northwestern University Press,
     1968.

Smith, Alan K. "Antonio Salazar and the Reversal of Portuguese
     Colonial Policy," Journal of African History
     [London], 15, No. 4, 1974, 653-67.

Somerville, Keith. Angola: Politics, Economics, and
     Society. (Marxist Regimes Series.) Boulder, Colorado:
     Lynne Rienner, 1986.

Sykes, John. Portugal and Africa. London: Hutchinson,
     1971.

Teixeira, Bernardo. The Fabric of Terror: Three Days in
     Angola. New York: Devin-Adair, 1965.

Thornton, John. "Demography and History in the Kingdom of Kongo,
     1550-1750," Journal of African History [London], 18,
     No. 4, 1977, 507-30.

Turner, Victor (ed.). Profiles of Change: African Society and
     Colonial Rule. In L.H. Gann and Peter Duignan (eds.),
     Colonialism in Africa, 1870-1960, 3: Cambridge:
     Cambridge University Press, 1971.

United States. Department of State. Bureau of Public Affairs.
     Office of Public Communication. Background Notes:
     Angola. (Department of State Publication No. 7975.)
     Washington: GPO, June 1987.

Vansina, Jan. Kingdoms of the Savanna: A History of Central
     African States until European Occupation. Madison:
     University of Wisconsin Press, 1968.

------. "More on the Invasions of Kongo and Angola by the Jaga and
     the Lunda," Journal of African History [London], 7,
     No. 3, 1966, 421-29.

Wheeler, Douglas L., and C. Diane Christensen. "To Rise with One
     Mind: The Bailundu War of 1902." Pages 54-92 in Franz-Wilhelm
     Heimer (ed.), Social Change in Angola. Munich:
     Weltforum Verlag, 1973.

Wheeler, Douglas L., and René Pélissier. Angola. New York:
     Praeger, 1971.

Young, Thomas. "Angola: Recent History." Pages 224-28 in Africa
     South of the Sahara, 1986. London: Europa, 1985.

Chapter 2

African Statistical Yearbook, 1986, Pt. 3. Addis Ababa:
     United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, 1986.

"Angola." Pages 219-39 in Africa South of the Sahara,
     1988. London: Europa, 1987.

"Angola." Pages 231-52 in Africa South of the Sahara,
     1989. London: Europa, 1988.

"Angola: `Criminal' Religious Sect," Africa Research
     Bulletin [Oxford], 24, No. 2, March 15, 1987, 8399-8400A.

"Angola: Religious Riot," Africa Confidential [London],
     28, No. 5, March 4, 1987, 8.

"Angolan Refugees Return Home from Zaire," British Broadcasting
     Corporation, Summary of World Broadcasts [London]
     (ME/0286/B/1.) October 19, 1988.

Bender, Gerald J. Angola under the Portuguese: The Myth and the
     Reality. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1978.

Bender, Gerald J., and P. Stanley Yoder. "Whites in Angola on the
     Eve of Independence: The Politics of Numbers," Africa
     Today [London], 21, No. 4, 1974, 23-38.

Brooke, James. "Angolans Strive for Military Victory,"
     New York Times, September 9, 1988, Sect. A, 9.

------. "Angola of 2 Minds on Economic Shift," New York
     Times, June 12, 1988, Sect. I, 15.

------. "The Yearning of Refugees: Angola Unity," New York
     Times, October 6, 1988, Sect. A, 15.

Carp, Carol, and William J. Bicknell. Review of Health Care in
     Angola: Issues, Analyses, and Recommendations.
     Washington: Family Health Care and Africare, 1978.

Childs, Gladwyn Murray. Umbundu Kinship and Character.
     London: Oxford University Press, 1949.

Coxhill, H. Wakelin, and Kenneth Grubb. World Christian
     Handbook, 1968. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1967.

Dalby, David. Language Map of Africa and the Adjacent
     Islands. (provisional ed.) London: International African
     Institute, 1977.

Doyle, Mark. "Christians and Socialists." Pages 202-3 in Jo
     Sullivan and Jane Martin (eds.), Global Studies:
     Africa. (2d ed.) Guilford, Connecticut: Dushkin, 1987.

Edwards, Adrian C. The Ovimbundu under Two Sovereignties: A
     Study of Social Control and Social Change among a People of
     Angola. London: Oxford University Press, 1962.

Estermann, Carlos. The Ethnography of Southwestern Angola.
     (3 vols.) (Ed., Gibson Gordon.) New York: Africana, 1976.

Ferreira, Eduardo de Sousa. Portuguese Colonialism in Africa:
     The End of an Era. Paris: UNESCO, 1974.

Garrett, Laurie. "Deadly Virus Spreads Quietly Across Nations,"
     Newsday, December 26, 1988, News Section, 18.

Hance, William. The Geography of Modern Africa. (2d ed.)
     New York: Columbia University Press, 1975.

Harden, Blaine. "Angola Reports Hunger Is Widespread,"
     Washington Post, August 14, 1987, Sect. A, 1.

"Health, Housing Problems Discussed," Jornal de Angola
     (Trans. from Portuguese.) March 8, 1985, 2-3.

Heimer, Franz-Wilhelm. "Education, Economics, and Social Changes in
     Rural Angola: The Case of the Cuíma Region." Pages 112-43 in
     Franz-Wilhelm Heimer (ed.), Social Change in Angola.
     Munich: Weltforum Verlag, 1973.

Henderson, Lawrence W. "Ethnolinguistc Worlds: Seeing the People of
     Angola in Their Language Groupings." Pages 50-60 in Robert T.
     Parsons (ed.), Windows on Africa: A Symposium.
     Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1971.

------. "Protestantism: A Tribal Religion." Pages 61-80 in Robert
     T. Parsons (ed.), Windows on Africa: A Symposium.
     Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1971.

Heywood, Linda M. "The Dynamics of Ethnic Nationalism in Angola:
     The Case of UNITA, 1964-1987." (Unpublished paper.)
     Washington: Howard University, 1988.

Hodges, Tony. Angola to the 1990s: The Potential for
     Recovery. (Special Report No. 1079.) London: Economist,
     1987.

Hoover, James Jeffrey. "The Seduction of Ruwej: Reconstructing
     Ruund History (The Nuclear Lunda: Zaire, Angola, Zambia)."
     (Ph.D. dissertation.) New Haven: Yale University, 1978.

Hunter, John M., and Morris O. Thomas. "Hypothesis of Leprosy,
     Tuberculosis, and Urbanization in Africa," Social Science
     and Medicine, 19, No. 1, 1984, 27-57.

International Committee of the Red Cross. "Special Report: Angola,
     1985-1986," ICRC Bulletin, January 1986.

Joint Publications Research Service--JPRS (Washington). The
     following items are from the JPRS series:

Translations on sub-Saharan Africa.

"The Bishops and the Conspiracy," Jornal de Angola
     [Luanda], January 26, 1978. (JPRS 70682, No. 1884, February
     24, 1978).

"BPV Activities Praised by National Secretary," Jornal de
     Angola [Luanda], June 16, 1987. (JPRS SSA-87-074, August
     21, 1987, 7-9).

"Conditions in Jamba Described," Tempo [Lisbon], November
     26, 1987. (JPRS SSA-88-009, February 19, 1988, 9-11).

"Doctor Shortages," African Confidencial [Lisbon], April
     22, 1987. (JPRS SSA-87-058, June 23, 1987, 16).

"Essential Objectives, Tasks of Angolan Reconstruction," (document
     issued by First Congress of the MPLA, December 4-10, 1977)
     [Luanda], December 1977. (JPRS 70891, No. 1905, April 4,
     1978).

"Government Seeks to Control Religious Sect; Many Killed,"
     Africa Confidencial [Lisbon], April 16, 1987. (JPRS
     SSA-87-065, July 17, 1987, 14-15).

"Health College Creation Announced," Jornal de Angola
     [Luanda], July 9, 1987. (JPRS SSA-87-076, August 31, 1987,
     52).

"Huambo's Orthopedic Center Featured," Jornal de Angola
     [Luanda], March 14, 1987. (JPRS SSA-87-061, July 1, 1987, 24-
     25).

"Information on Rectification Movement," Jornal de Angola
     [Luanda], January 27, 1978; January 29, 1978; February 1,
     1978; and February 2, 1978. (JPRS 70711, No. 1887, March 1,
     1978).

"Journalist Describes Sojourn with Unita," Expresso
     [Lisbon], September 26, 1987. (JPRS SSA-87-088, November 20,
     1987, 7-8).

"Journalist Describes UNITA School System," Tempo
     [Lisbon], March 26, 1987. (JPRS SSA-87-051, June 2, 1987, 24-
     26).

"Journalist Describes Visit to UNITA, Interview of Savimbi,"
     Figaro [Paris], January 22, 1987. (JPRS SSA-87-037,
     April 21, 1987, 13-18).

"Lara Discusses MPLA Congress, Scores Petty Bourgeois," Jornal
     de Angola [Luanda], November 17, 1977. (JPRS 70357, No.
     1853, December 20, 1977).

"Life of Angolan Students in Cuba Described," Jornal de
     Angola [Luanda], March 26, 1987. (JPRS SSA-87-061, July
     1, 1987, 6-13).

"Nascimento Criticizes Bishops at Provincial Commissioners
     Meeting," Jornal de Angola [Luanda], March 7, 1978.
     (JPRS 70863, No. 1902, March 30, 1978).

"Racism, Tribalism Detrimental to Unity," Jornal de Angola
     [Luanda], February 2, 1978. (JPRS 70755, No. 1892, March 9,
     1978).

"Students' Summer Labor, Literacy Programs Reviewed," Jornal de
     Angola [Luanda], September 27, 1987. (JPRS SSA-88-003,
     January 21, 1988, 17-18).

"Thousands Swell BPV Ranks in Namibe," Jornal de Angola
     [Luanda], January 31, 1987. (JPRS SSA-87-037, April 21, 1987,
     21-22).

"`Tocoist' Sect Criticized," Jornal de Angola [Luanda],
     February 27, 1987. (JPRS SSA-87-061, July 1, 1987, 23).

"UNITA: The Banned Angola," Expresso [Lisbon], September
     26, 1987. (JPRS SSA-87-088, November 20, 1987, 7-8).

"UNITA Has More Students in Lisbon Than MPLA," O Diário
     [Lisbon], May 3, 1988. (JPRS SSA-88-025, June 3, 1988, 7-8).

McCulloch, Merran. The Ovimbundu of Angola. (Ethnographic
     Survey of Africa.) London: International African Institute,
     1952.

Marcum, John A. "Angola: Background to the Conflict,"
     Mawazo [Kampala, Uganda], 4, No. 4, 1976, 3-25.

------. "Angola: Twenty-five Years of War," Current
     History, 85, No. 511, May 1986, 193-96, 229-31.

Margarido, Alfredo. "The Tokoist Church and Portuguese Colonialism
     in Angola." Pages 29-52 in Ronald H. Chilcote (ed.),
     Protest and Resistance in Angola and Brazil: Comparative
     Studies. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1972.

Martin, Phyllis M. Historical Dictionary of Angola.
     (African Historical Dictionaries, No. 26.) Metuchen, New
     Jersey: Scarecrow Press, 1980.

Miller, Joseph C. Angola. Washington:
     Agency for International Development, February 1977.

------. "Imbangala Lineage Slavery (Angola)." Pages 205-33 in
     Suzanne Miers and Igor Kopytoff (eds.), Slavery in
     Africa. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1977.

------. Kings and Kinsmen: Early Mbundu States in Angola.
     Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1976.

Monteiro, Ramiro Ladeiro. "From Extended to Residual Family:
     Aspects of Social Change in the Musseques of Luanda." Pages
     211-33 in Franz-Wilhelm Heimer (ed.), Social Change in
     Angola. Munich: Weltforum Verlag, 1973.

Murdock, George Peter. Africa: Its Peoples and Their Culture
     History. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1959.

Niddrie, David L. "Changing Settlement Patterns in
     Angola," Rural Africana, No. 23, 1975, 47-78.

Ottaway, David, and Marina Ottaway. Afrocommunism. New
     York: Africana, 1981.

Pössinger, Hermann. "Interrelations Between Economic and Social
     Change in Rural Africa: The Case of the Ovimbundu of Angola."
     Pages 32-52 in Franz-Wilhelm Heimer (ed.), Social Change
     in Angola. Munich: Weltforum Verlag, 1973.

Redinha, Jose. "Carta Etnica da Provincia de Angola." (Map.)
     Luanda: Edição Olisipo-Editorial de Publicações, 1973.

"Refugees and Displaced Persons in Southern Africa, 1986,"
     Review of African Political Economy [London], 40,
     December 1987, 67.

Robertson, Claire, and Iris Berger. "Introduction: Analyzing Class
     and Gender--African Perspectives." Pages 3-24 in Claire
     Robertson and Iris Berger (eds.), Women and Class in
     Africa. New York: Africana, 1986.

Simmonds, Stephanie P. "Refugee Community Health Care in the
     Tropics: Refugees, Health, and Development," Transactions
     of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene,
     78, 1984, 726-33.

Somerville, Keith. Angola: Politics, Economics, and
     Society. (Marxist Regimes Series.) Boulder, Colorado:
     Lynne Rienner, 1986.

U.S. Committee for Refugees. Uprooted Angolans: From Crisis to
     Catastrophe. Washington: American Council for
     Nationalities Service, August 1987.

United Nations Children's Fund. "Country Programme
     Profile: Angola." (Unpublished document.) UNICEF Programme
     Committee, April 12, 1983.

United Nations Development Programme. "Living Conditions in the
     People's Republic of Angola." Luanda: Office of the UNDP
     Resident Representative in the People's Republic of Angola,
     February 1984.

United States. Agency for International Development. "Development
     Needs and Opportunities for Cooperation in Southern Africa,
     Annex A: Angola." Washington: Bureau for Africa, Office of
     Southern Africa Affairs, 1979.

------. Central Intelligence Agency. The World Factbook,
     1988. Washington, 1988.

United States. Department of State. Bureau of Public Affairs.
     Office of Public Communication. Background Notes:
     Angola. (Department of State Publication No. 7975.)
     Washington: GPO, June 1987.

United States Private Voluntary Agency. United States Government
     Assessment Team to Angola. "Final Report." October 25, 1988.

Warren, Kenneth S., and Adel A. Mahmoud. Tropical and
     Geographical Medicine. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1984.

Westphal, E.O.J. "The Click Languages of Southern and Eastern
     Africa." Pages 367-420 in Thomas A. Sebeok (ed.), Current
     Trends in Linguistics, 1: Linguistics in Sub-Saharan
     Africa. The Hague: Mouton, 1971.

Wheeler, Douglas L. "Origins of African Nationalism in Angola:
     Assimilado Protest Writings, 1859-1929." Pages 67-87 in Ronald
     H. Chilcote (ed.), Protest and Resistance in Angola and
     Brazil: Comparative Studies. Berkeley: University of
     California Press, 1972.

Wheeler, Douglas L., and René Pélissier. Angola.
     New York: Praeger, 1971.

World Health Organization. World Health Statistics
     Quarterly, 37, No. 4, 1984.

Yu, Alan K. "The Angola Food Emergency: The Extent of the Problem
     and Current U.S. Emergency Assistance Policy." (Library of
     Congress, Congressional Research Service, Report for Congress,
     88-653F.) Washington: October 12, 1988.

   (Various issues of the following publication were also used in
the preparation of this chapter: Angop News Bulletin
[London]).

Chapter 3

Bender, Gerald J. Angola under the Portuguese: The Myth and the
     Reality. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1978.

"Country's Oil Industry Discussed," African Business
     [London], April 1986, 22-23.

Direction of Trade Statistics Yearbook, 1986. Washington:
     International Monetary Fund. 1987.

Economist Intelligence Unit. Country Report: Angola, São Tomé
     and Príncipe [London], No. 1, 1987, 13, 16.

------. Country Report: Angola, São Tomé and Príncipe
     [London], No. 2, 1987, 12.

------. Country Report: Angola, São Tomé and Príncipe
     [London], No. 4, 1987, 2, 17.

"History of Country's Oil Development," SADCC Energy
     [Luanda], June-August 1984, 11-14.

Hodges, Tony. Angola to the 1990s: The Potential for
     Recovery. (Special Report No. 1079.) London: Economist,
     1987.

International Telecommunication Union. 26th Report by the
     International Telecommunication Union on Telecommunication and
     the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space. Geneva: 1987.

International Wheat Council. World Wheat Statistics. 1986.

Joint Publications Research Service--JPRS (Washington). The
     following items are from the JPRS series:

Translations on sub-Saharan African.

"Angola-Portugal: Beginning of Rapprochement?" Africa Hoje
     [Lisbon], August 15, 1986. (JPRS SSA-86-105, October 16, 1986,
     8-10).

"Benguela Continues Efforts to Eliminate Black Market," Jornal
     de Angola [Luanda], June 25, 1987. (JPRS SSA-87-078,
     September 8, 1987, 33-34).

"FRG Set to Offer Government Developmental, Economic Aid,"
     Frankfurter Rundschau [Frankfurt], May 27, 1987.
     (JPRS SSA-87-084, October 2, 1987, 3-4).

"KUP Comments on Chevron Partial Withdrawal" (Broadcast), February
     28, 1987. (JPRS SSA-87-025, March 20, 1987, 22).

"Measures Adopted to Improve Trade," Jornal de Angola
     [Luanda], October 17, 1986. (JPRS SSA-87-013, February 19,
     1987, 42-43).

"Paper Provides Survey on Nation's Economy," Africa Hoje
     [Lisbon], March 1986. (JPRS SSA-86-062, June 13, 1986, 8-15).

"Petrangol, Sonangol to Sign Strategic Oil Reserve Agreement,"
     Semanario [Lisbon], February 21, 1987. (JPRS SSA-87-
     041, April 29, 1987, 2-4).

Lloyds of London. Lloyds Ports of the World. London: 1987.

Newitt, Malyn. Portugal in Africa: The Last Hundred Years.
     London: C. Hurst, 1981.

"Reportage on Sonangol's Evolution," Afrique-Asie [Paris],
     March 9-22, 1987, 36-44.

Sugar Yearbook. London: International Sugar Organization,
     1986.

"10 Years of Oil Industry Development Viewed," SADCC
     Energy [Luanda], 3, No. 10, 1985, 11-16, 29.

United Nations. Economic Commission for Europe. Statistics of
     World Trade in Steel. Geneva: 1986.

------. Food and Agriculture Organization. Monthly Bulletin of
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