Nigerian government and politics; prelude to the revolution, by John P. Mackintosh.
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Nigeria -- Politics and government.
Politics and government
651 pages maps 23 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages 629-641).
pt. 1. The framework. The Nigerian constitution. -- part 2. Nigerian government. The federal structure ; The federal and regional legislatures ; The machinery of the federal and regional governments / by I. Nicolson ; Local government / by R.E. Wraith ; Nigerian external relations. -- part 3. Nigerian politics. Voting behaviour in three constituencies ; The Northern People's Congress / by B.J. Dudley ; The National Council of Nigeria and the Cameroons, the decision of December 1959 / by K.W. Post ; The Action Group, the crisis of 1962 and its aftermath ; A minority party -- the United Middle Belt Congress / by J.M. Dent ; Electoral trends and the tendency to a one party system ; The struggle for power, 1964. -- part 4. Conclusion. Nigerian democracy.
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