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Scapegoating leads to the ruin of entire societies

01 August 2021 - 00:00 By william gumede

In 1972, Uganda's dictator Idi Amin expelled more than 70,000 of the country's citizens who were of Indian and Pakistani ancestry, crashing the country's economy. The move also pushed non-Ugandans with businesses or critical skills to leave in terror, and those not belonging to Amin's Kakwa ethnic group feared they would be next...

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