The Creation of Tribalism in Southern Africa.


Despite a quarter century of “nation building”,most African states are still driven by ethnic particularism–commonly known as”tribalism”The stubborn persistence of tribal ideologies despite the profound changes associated with modernization has puzzled scholars and African leaders alike.This remarkably fine and original book leaves the historian with the exciting feeling that modern African historiography is on the verge of an almost complete revision and re-evaluation.

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Limp glossy illustrated covers.nice and clean and sharp bottom corners very slightly rubbed,with a small crease at the outer bottom.Size 9×6 pp 14+422,inc,index,notes to text,no plates text only,8 page maps in prelims.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread) No foxing or staining clean and bright throughout. A v/g+–fine clean copy.


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