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The ideas in Barotse jurisprudence
Bib ID 494389
Format BookBook
Author
Gluckman, Max, 1911-1975
 
Description [Manchester, Eng.] published on behalf of the Institute for African Studies, University of Zambia by Manchester University Press [1972] 
xlviii, 301 p. illus. 22 cm. 
ISBN 0719010306
0719010314 (paperback)
Series

Storrs lectures on jurisprudence ; 1963.

Notes

Distributed in the U.S.A. by Humanities Press, New York.

Reprint, with a new pref. and minor amendments, of the 1965 ed., issued in series: Storrs lectures on jurisprudence, Yale Law School, 1963.

Bibliography: p. 273-283.

Subjects Law, Lozi.
Other authors/contributors University of Zambia. Institute for African Studies

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