3 edition of Power and society in Africa found in the catalog.
Power and society in Africa
Jacques JГ©rГґme Pierre Maquet
Bibliography: p. 247-250.
|Statement||[by] Jacques Maquet. Translated from the French by Jeannette Kupfermann.|
|Series||World university library|
|LC Classifications||HN773.5 .M2513|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||255|
|LC Control Number||70090232|
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