Tribal Government in Transition. The BaBemba of North-Eastern Rhodesia,


Here we have again another of those volumes that have no preface,introduction or even a contents page.What this appears to be is a collective supplement to the “Journal of the Royal African Society”.There are 9 separate studies put together based on the subject of tribal governments undergoing the complex change of transition,adapting themselves towards a system of political thinking more in line with the so-called modern European ways of progress.nine seperate studies.Something quite different.

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H/b in the original boards,corners bumped,creases to face-boards,with bruised spine-ends,no d/w.Size 9×6 pp 420,inc adverts,book reviews,f/o map,page map,portraite plate,graphs.Hinges strong,binding tight (suggest unread)Some writing to the ff/ep.Generally soiled,foxed and stained,(mainly to the tittle leaves),with binder holes puntured throughout text,with some official stamps. Note. The published date to this referes to the first study only,all 9 studies are dated seperatly.As this is a bound vol. of a collection of journals.


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