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The Politics of Cultural Pluralism
Crawford Young

"This volume is an invaluable contribution to the study of a phenomenon affecting the political stability of practically every nation of the Third World. For anyone seeking an understanding of the place of cultural allegiance as a force in modern intrastate and international politics, it is essential reading. For the practitioner, an understanding of the forces of cultural pluralism is a requirement of modern diplomacy."Political Science Quarterly

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May 1976
LC: 74-027318 JF
574 pp.  5 x 8 1/2   13 maps

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