New States in the Modern World

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New States in the Modern World

Edited by Martin Kilson
Harvard University Press, 1975
254 pp. $15.00

An excellent collection of essays, written in honor of the distinguished authority on colonialism, Rupert Emerson, which analyze the impact of the colonial experience on new states, and the problem of integrating these states into the international system. Specific examples are taken from nations in Africa.

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