Focusing on the problems of increased political participation as a vital aspect of the developmental process, the author compares the ways three different political systems—the monarchy of Morocco, the single-party state of Tunisia, and the alliance of military and civil officials of the Pakistani regime—have attempted to solve the problem at the local level.
Originally published in 1967.
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Table of Contents:
- Frontmatter, pg. i
- Preface, pg. v
- Contents, pg. ix
- Section I: National Development and Local Reform, pg. 1
- Section II: National Politics and Localized Authority, pg. 21
- Section III: National Politics and Localized Development, pg. 135
- Section IV: National Development and Attitudinal Change, pg. 301
- Bibliography, pg. 387
- Index, pg. 429
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