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Bismarck, the Scramble for Africa - Ep. 397

  • Aired: 02/19/2010
  • 32:05
  • Rating: TV-G
Daniel Bromley, Anderson-Bascom, Professor of Applied Economics (Emeritus), UW-Madison Daniel Bromley speaks about Bismarck and his time there as well as his book entitled "The Scramble in Africa". He tells the way he sees the situation in Niger and their missing president as well.
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Daniel Bromley on the Niger situation, Bismarck, and his book "The Scramble for Africa".
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