The English-language journal DALKA (The Homeland) hit the streets of Mogadishu in the euphoric early years of the nation’s independence, when a parliamentary democracy and a vibrant free press still flourished. It waged verbal war on the government’s collective action and the excesses of individual parliamentarians and became the scourge of the Establishment.
This reprint of the first six months’ issues is a historic document of extraordinary vitality.
Paperback version also available.
|Peppercorn Book Number: 960-0017|
|Publisher: Haan Associates|
|Place of Publication: London, UK|
|Year of Publication: 1998|
|Format: hard cover|
|Size: 7.5 x 10.75 inches, portrait|
|Length: 134 pages|