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Transformation of Resource Conflicts: Approach and instruments, edited by Günther Baechler, Kurt R. Spillmann and Mohamed Suliman. Berne, Berlin, Brussels, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford,Vienna: Peter Lang, 2002. 558 pp. £47.00 (hardback). ISBN 3-906769-98-4 (hardback).

Kathryn M. Daynes. More Wives than One: Transformation of the Mormon Marriage System, 1840–1910. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press. 2001. Pp. x, 305. $34.95 and Sarah Barringer Gordon. The Mormon Question: Polygamy and Constitutional Conflict in Nineteenth-Century America. (Studies in Legal History.) Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. 2002. Pp. xiv, 337. Cloth $49.95, paper $19.95

 

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In a long-lasting conflict, it is difficult to know when resolution has been achieved because the end of successful negotiation does not necessarily mean the sudden emergence of harmony. Questions ...

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