Kings, Commoners and Concessionaires. The Evolution and Dissolution of the Nineteenth-Century Swazi State.

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This is the first full-length study of the political economy of one of the African states which formed in the course of the late eighteenth and nineteenth century ‘Zulu’ revolution .The early chapters examine the evolution of the Swazi state up to the mid-nineteenth century,paying particular attention to the ‘layering’of society through conquest and differential incorporation,and the simultaneous integration of the state through age regiments and the elaboration of a national ideology centred on the Swazi royalty.

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Limp pictorial card covers,nice and clean and sharp.Size 9×6 pp 10+315,inc,index,bibliography,notes to text,appendix,page maps,charts in text,no plates text only.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread),but 4 leaves of the bibliography have become detached,(will glue back in).otherwise clean and bright throughout.

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