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.6.13-15. 38 On sexual insults generally, see: S. Ardener, “Sexual Insult and Female Militancy,” in Perceiving Women (ed. S. Ardener: London: J.M. Dent, 1975), 29-54; T. Kanogo, “Kikuyu Women and the Politics of Protest: Mau Mau,” in Images of Women in Peace and War: cross-cultural and historical perspectives

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target of African resentment (like at the time of the Mau-Mau in Kenya). Nehru chose to support the East African drive for independence without giving much consideration to the fate of the local Indians whom he advised to align themselves with African nationalism, which some of them did, without much

In: Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient