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Women and Leadership in West Africaoffers an insightful exploration of the factors that give rise to different types of female leadership in West Africa. It does so through an in-depth look at the Mano River Union countries of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, which have all directly or indirectly experienced civil wars over a decade long. Filomina Chioma Steady presents a compelling indigenous theoretical framework for understanding female leadership. It offers an alternative to male-dominated and politically-inspired authoritarian and war-prone leadership and also provides a powerful narrative for humanizing the state.

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