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Missions, the colonial state and constructing a health system in colonial Tanganyika
Michael Jennings

counsel’ with the aim of ‘attaining a common policy’ to present to government. 16 In 1934, the Tanganyika Mission Council (TMC) was established as the fulfilment of these ambitions. Its membership consisted of the main Protestant missions working in Tanganyika, thereby frustrating efforts to create a truly pan-mission representative organisation. The Roman Catholic Church had declined to participate

in Beyond the state
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John Marriott

Catholic Church and the Education of the Irish in Britain , London, Avebury, 1995, p. 49. These are two of very few examples of where the term ‘white’ was used. ‘White’ was more generally noted by its absence in racial discourses – an indication of any felt need to subject it to scrutiny. This is a silence that has recently been broken, albeit in a different context, by Theodor

in The other empire