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Imagining a private sphere in an era of war; making a separate family sphere; marrying cousins. The ties that bound travelling laborers to family ; women, the family sphere and the road to Tanga; personal accomplishment in farming; building a family business. The private sphere and the politics of land in the1950s; nationalism and the private sphere; in conclusion the private sphere the state and the ambiguities of memory at the end of life; sources.
James L. Giblin is Associate Professor of History at the University of Iowa.