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Integrating And Differentiating The Enlightenment Voices

Sutherland-Addy gives remarkable sense to the enlightenment undertaking, not necessarily because of her statues as a university don and her vast global reach, but, really, because of her advanced age. The importance of Sutherland-Addy’s age in the enlightenment crusade is that she has the settled mind to contemplate on the immense relevance of the Ghanaian culture to Ghanaians’ progress, for both psychological and material reasons.

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