Orelation between resource Dependency and Democratic Consolidation in SubSaharan Africa

Please do a desertation for the topic Resource dependency and democratic consolidation in Sub-Saharan Africa. Abstract
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Table of Contents
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Headings and Subheadings
use headings and subheadings to subdivide chapters or sections, but a consistent sequence of headings as identified in the style guide selected must be followed. You may not change the sequence and style of headings from chapter to chapter. Once the sequence is chosen, it must be followed consistently throughout the thesis. All chapter headings are positioned two inches from the top of the page.
Pagination
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Tables and Figures
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Reference Material
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Bibliography or References
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