The State in global perspective

  • 350 Pages
  • 0.86 MB
  • English

Gower (with) UNESCO , Aldershot
Political sociology., State,
Statementedited by Ali Kazancigil.
ContributionsKazancigil, Ali.
LC ClassificationsJA76
The Physical Object
Pagination(350)p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21530930M
ISBN 100566051605, 9231022830

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