Fb2 Ibo Politics: The Role of Ethnic Unions in Eastern Nigeria ePub
by Audrey C. Smock
|Category:||Politics and Government|
|Author:||Audrey C. Smock|
|Publisher:||Harvard University Press; First Edition edition (July 8, 1971)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1763 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1515 kb|
|Digital formats:||lrf doc azw txt|
Smock, Audrey C. Publication date. Igbo (African people), Political parties - Nigeria, Eastern, Nigeria, Eastern - Politics and government.
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The Journal of modern African studies 7 (1969), p. 23 in reference to "ethnic nepotism" among the Mbaise in Nigeria; Audrey C. Smock, Ibo politics: the role of ethnic unions in Eastern Nigeria, Harvard University Press, 1971. a b c van der Dennen, Johan . Salter, Frank, On Genetic Interests, p. 12. .
The Role of Ethnic Unions in Eastern Nigeria.
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