Tribe, State and Community: Contemporary Government and Justice

London: Methuen (1967)
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This anecdote illustrates the juxtaposition of tribe and state in the modern world. Human beings are united into what we call 'societies' by common beliefs ...
Keywords State, The  Comparative government
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