state society

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State Societies

state society

Mafia, State, and Society

War, State, and Society

A State Society State Officials and Local Elites

School, Society, & State A New Education to Govern Modern America, 1890 – 1940

Strong Society, Smart State The Rise of Public Opinion in China's Japan Policy

Demography, State and Society Irish Migration to Britain, 1921–1971

Society and the State Mutual Misrecognition at the Gathering of War

State and Society Italy and Germany Compared

“The State of Society”

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State and Civil Society

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Party, Society, and the State 1886–1914

The Army, the State, and Society

Civil Society and the State

State, Society, and Democratic Futures Challenges for Bangladesh*

Society versus State in Assam1


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A society characterized by a strong centralized government, socioeconomic class divisions, a market economy and large populations. Settlements are substantial and may be classified as cities with formal planning and monumental architecture. States represent the most complicated form of social and political organization so far recognized.

Subjects: Archaeology.

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