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Ms Gore, that revolution is already taking place. You need to get this book, "Susu Economics: The History of Pan-African Trade, Commerce, Money and Wealth," published by 1stbooks Library, 2595 Vernal Pike, Bloomington, Indiana 47404 www.1stbooks.com
The problem is that Africa produces hundreds of thousands of doctors, and other professionals. They are used by other nations and the Africans in Africa loose their intellectual capital in a great "brain drain" that is detrimental to the development of the continent.
Yet, if Africa, Black America, Black Europe, the Caribbean, Black Brazil and these Europeans, Americans and other people who want to help the continent grow and prosper make contributions Africa will surely experience another technological revolution. The book Susu mentions one of the most important such revolutions which took place in Nubia between 1000 B.C. to 400 B.C., when the Nubians made thousands of products out of iron and left great slag heaps ouside of the ancient city of Meroe (these slag heaps are still there after 3000 years or so).
I assure you you will be facinating if you read the book mentioned above, because Africa has had about four great periods of industrial and cultural renaissances.
1. Ta Seti = 10,000 B.C. to about 4000 B.C.
(see the Times Magazine issue about the finds in Nubia in 1999 to 2000, about three years ago)
2. Ancient Egypt
6. Kushite Mesopotamia
7. Kushite India
9. Sahara/West African/North West Africa
10. Ghana, Mali, Songhai, Kanem-Bornu
11. Forest Kingdoms of West Africa
12. Zimbabwe/South Africa
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