|Letter from D H Philip to Alan Paton|
|Ujamaa on the march: the road from Arusha||
Implications of the nationalisation carried out by President Julius Nyerere in February 1967 in Tanzania, based on the Arusha Declaration.
|A revolution in Tanzania||
A comment on the Arusha Declaration.
|Implementing African Socialism||
Kenya's revised development plan.
|Kill or be killed||
A Pan-Africanist Congress reply on unity moves in South Africa.
|The New African: Volume 4, Number 10, December 1965|
|Growth and the good relationship||
Kenya's white paper on African socialism.
|Africa and Marxism: the case for relevance||
Discussion around Marxism and African socialism in Africa.
|Socialist survey: comment||
The word "socialism" has lost its meaning.
|The conditions for national economics in Africa||
he reaction against capitalism is on the whole less sweeping than it sounds.
|The politics of development||
Socialism, co-operation and agricultural productivity.
|The rational use of land||
Almost all the leaders of the newly independent states of Africa claim allegiance to the ideals of socialism.
|The New African: Volume 3, Number 1, January 1964|
|What kind of socialism for South Africa||
|The New African: Volume 2, Number 7, August 1963|
|A Call for Socialist Writing||
|The New African: Volume 2, Number 6, July 1963|
|Socialism the ideal||
A Scaninavian view of a concept likely to help crystallise the continent's political and economic ideas in the sixties.
|Senghor and Socialism||
Editorial around Nelson Mandela and Communism.