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On April 11, citizens in Uganda celebrate the overthrow of their former dictator, Idi Amin. Uganda, a African nation what is about the size of the state of Oregon, calls this holiday Liberation Day because Idi Amins reign come to an end on that date in 1979. Uganda is landlocked by many lakes and rivers it’s economy depend largely on agriculture, especially exports of coffee tee, cotton and tobacco.

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On April 11, citizens in Uganda celebrate the overthrow of their former dictator, Idi Amin. Uganda, an African nation that is about the size of the state of Oregon, calls this holiday Liberation Day because Idi Amin's reign came to an end on that date in 1979. Uganda is landlocked by many lakes and rivers. Its [DELETE apostrophe in it's] economy depends largely on agriculture, especially exports of coffee, tea, cotton and tobacco.


Article by Gary Hopkins
Education World® Editor in Chief
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04/2005