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Howard Adelman; Govind C. Rao (editors). War and Peace in Zaire-Congo: Analyzing and Evaluating Intervention, 1996-1997. Africa World Press. 2004. 360pp.

Jacques Depelchin. From the Congo Free State to Zaire (1885-1974): Towards a Demystification of Economic and Political History. Codesria. 1999. 240pp.

Guy Gran (editor). Zaire: The Political Economy of Underdevelopment. Praeger. 1979. 331pp.

Robert W. Harms. River of Wealth, River of Sorrow: The Central Zaire Basin in the Era of the Slave and Ivory Trade, 1500-1891. Yale University Press. 1981. 277pp.

Winsome J. Leslie. Zaire: Continuity and Political Change in an Oppressive State. Westview Press. 1993. 204pp.

Osumaka Likaka. Rural Society and Cotton in Colonial Zaire. University of Wisconsin Press. 1997. 189pp.

Maryinez Lyons. The Colonial Disease: A Social History of Sleeping Sickness in Northern Zaire, 1900-1940. Cambridge University Press. 2002. 351pp.

Janet MacGaffey. Entrepreneurs and Parasites: The Struggle for Indigenous Capitalism in Zaire. Cambridge University Press. 1987. 241pp.

Mondonga M. Mokoli. State Against Development: The Experience of Post-1965 Zaire. Greenwood Press. 1992. 147pp.

Jack E. Nelson. Christian Missionizing and Social Transformation: A History of Conflict and Change in Eastern Zaire. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1992. 209pp.

Nzongola-Ntalaja (editor). The Crisis in Zaire: Myths and Realities. Africa World Press. 1986. 335pp.

Edgar O'Ballance. The Congo-Zaire Experience, 1960-98. Macmillan. 1999. 205pp.

Michael G. Schatzberg. The Dialectics of Oppression in Zaire. Indiana University Press. 1991. 208pp.

Bob W. White. Rumba Rules: The Politics of Dance Music in Mobutu's Zaire. Duke University Press. 2008. 300pp.

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