Nigeria and the Politics of Survival as a Nation-state

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Edwin Mellen Press, 1997 - Political Science - 298 pages
This volume addresses the struggles and strategies applied by the civilian and military administrations to resolve the issue of political instability in Nigeria. It examines its political history as an entity before Britain colonized the area, and the constitutional developments since 1914 when Britain amalgamated the northern and southern regions to form modern Nigeria.

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NATIONAL INTEGRATION ATTEMPTS
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IN SEARCH OF POLITICAL STABILITY
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DEMOCRACY THE PARTY SYSTEM
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