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DAR-ES-SALAAM- Ideological Growth of TANU

September 11, 1971 DAR-ES-SALAAM Ideological Growth of TANU A K Essack IT is said that where there is no vision, a people perish. And whose task is it to provide this vision but the most conscious of its people grouped together in vanguard parties. The people of Tanganyika needed such a party and the Tanganyika African National Union (TANU) arose to fulfil just this historical role when it was formed in 1054 with Julius Nyerere as its President.

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