By J. Cameron, W. A. Dodd and Edmund King (Auth.)
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From these meetings emerged the East Africa High Commission which was established in 1948, and later the East Africa Common Services Organization and its successor the present East African Community. What delayed the establishment of institutionalized forms of co-operation until the component parts could speak to each other on a reasonable basis of equality was, not unexpectedly, African opposition to them. As early as 1931 three Africans were sent to London to argue Tanganyika's case against the dangers of European political influence from Kenya.
The creditable attempts to graft modern local government on to the stock of traditional rule were to a great extent doomed by the contradictions inherent in Cameron's policy. With few exceptions, African politicians were to regard local government as a blind alley and build their national movement outside the purview of indirect rule. But if there were contradictions inherent in Cameron's policy when he applied it, other factors further limited its success after his departure. It is true that the native authorities grew in experience and wealth, and that there were apparently promising experiments in tribal federation.
These unions are a hopeful pointer to ways of tackling the inertia of the large amorphous traditional sector, because they have readily served as channels of innovation and 22 Society, Schools and Progress in Tanzania information right down to the individual peasant grower. Many see in the co-operative movement the one acceptable alternative to the more rigid tribal society still firmly founded on self-sufficient, non-exporting economies. They have advocated the extension of the movement not only into such activities as consumer goods, bulk purchase, banking and credit facilities, but into community development and the social services.
Society, Schools and Progress in Tanzania by J. Cameron, W. A. Dodd and Edmund King (Auth.)