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David E. Apter. The Political Kingdom in Uganda: A Study of Bureaucratic Nationalism. Routledge. 1997. 498pp. 3rd Edition.

Grace Bantebya-Kyomuhendo; Marjorie Keniston McIntosh. Women, Work & Domestic Virtue in Uganda, 1900-2003. James Currey. 2006. 308pp.

Peter Bouckaert. Hostile to Democracy: The Movement System and Political Repression in Uganda. Human Rights Watch. 1999. 163pp.

Stephen G. Bunker. Peasants Against the State: The Politics of Market Control in Bugisu, Uganda, 1900-1983. University of Chicago Press. 1991. 302pp.

Cole P. Dodge; Magne Raundalen. Reaching Children in War: Sudan, Uganda and Mozambique. Nordic Africa Institute. 1991. 146pp.

Shane Doyle. Crisis & Decline in Bunyoro: Population & Environment in Western Uganda, 1860-1955. British Institute in Eastern Africa. 2006. 276pp.

May Mandelbaum Edel. The Chiga of Western Uganda. Oxford University Press. 1957. 200pp. For the International African Institute.

Holger Bernt Hansen; Michael Twaddle (editors). Developing Uganda. James Curry. 1998. 293pp.

Harold Ingrams. Uganda: A Crisis of Nationhood. London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office. 1960. 365pp.

Jan Jelmert Jørgensen. Uganda: A Modern History. Croom Helm. 1981. 381pp.

Kapil Kapoor. Uganda: Growing Out of Poverty. World Bank Publications. 1993. 197pp.

A. B. K. Kasozi. The Social Origins of Violence in Uganda, 1964-1985. McGill-Queen's University Press. 1994. 347pp.

John Lamphear. The Traditional History of the Jie of Uganda. Clarendon Press. 1976. 281pp.

Mahmood Mamdani. Politics and Class Formation in Uganda. Monthly Review Press. 1976. 339pp.

Ramkrishna Mukherjee. Uganda, an Historical Accident? Class, Nation, State Formation. Africa World Press. 1985. 281pp.

Phares Mutibwa. Uganda Since Independence: A Story of Unfulfilled Hopes. Africa World Press. 1992. 209pp.

Thomas P. Ofcansky. Uganda: Tarnished Pearl of Africa. Perseus Books Group. 1999. 222pp.

Amii Omara-Otunnu. Politics and the Military in Uganda, 1890-1985. Macmillan. 1987. 218pp. In association with St. Antony's College, Oxford.

John Rhodes Paige. Preserving Order Amid Chaos: The Survival of Schools in Uganda, 1971-1986. Berghahn Books. 2000. 208pp.

Lina Payne. Rebuilding Communities in a Refugee Settlement: A Casebook from Uganda. Oxfam. 1998. 190pp.

T. V. Sathyamurthy. The Political Development of Uganda. Gower. 1986. 781pp.

Robert L. Sharer; Hema R. De Zoysa; Calvin A. McDonald. Uganda: Adjustment with Growth, 1987-94. International Monetary Fund. 1995. 45pp.

Thomas T. Struhsaker. Ecology of an African Rain Forest: Logging in Kibale and the Conflict Between Conservation and Exploitation. University Press of Florida. 1999. 432pp.

Aili Mari Tripp. Women & Politics in Uganda. University of Wisconsin Press. 2000. 277pp.

G. N. Uzoigwe. Uganda: The Dilemma of Nationhood. NOK Publishers International. 1982. 373pp.

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