Eight Years of Transition in Ghana

In this address the formerly Governor-General of Ghana concentrates on the political and constitutional aspects of the problems that presented themselves during the eight years he presided over the translation of the Gold Coast from dependent Colony-cum-Protectorate into an independent member of the Commonwealth under the name of Ghana. Sir Arden-Clarke in particular deals with two questions: Is not the grant of independence to an African territory a new concept of British policy? Are you not going too fast along the road to independence? (Ook in United Empire, 49 (1958), p. 62-65).

Title: Eight Years of Transition in Ghana
Author: Arden-Clarke, Charles
Year: 1958
Periodical: African Affairs: The Journal of the Royal African Society
Volume: 57
Issue: 226
Period: January
Pages: 29-37
Language: English
Geographic term: Ghana
External link: https://www.jstor.org/stable/719064
Abstract: In this address the formerly Governor-General of Ghana concentrates on the political and constitutional aspects of the problems that presented themselves during the eight years he presided over the translation of the Gold Coast from dependent Colony-cum-Protectorate into an independent member of the Commonwealth under the name of Ghana. Sir Arden-Clarke in particular deals with two questions: Is not the grant of independence to an African territory a new concept of British policy? Are you not going too fast along the road to independence? (Ook in United Empire, 49 (1958), p. 62-65).