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Self-government and the communal problem

Nicholson, Marjorie.

Self-government and the communal problem

a study of colonial constitutional problems arising in plural societies.

by Nicholson, Marjorie.

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Published by Fabian Publications and Gollancz in London .
Written in English


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SeriesFabian research series -- no.126
ContributionsFabian Society.
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INTRODUCTION to THE THIRD EDITION. The first edition of “Civil Liberty and Self-Government” was published in , when Dr. Lieber was a professor in the University of South Carolina; the second, enlarged by notes and corrected, appeared in , two years after he had accepted a chair in Columbia College, New York. The second edition was exhausted when he died, . Self-government definition is - self-control, self-command.

  “The goal [of the communal system] is self-government – and to eventually replace the state with an alternative political structure, of which the communes are building blocks.” () A communal spokesperson explains, “We will advance toward the communal cities and then on to socialism throughout the entire homeland.” () Even if the. Communal self-government was also practised, and on a far wider scale, in revolutionary Spain. All across Republican Spain, workers and peasants formed communes and federations of communes (see section I.8 for fuller details). As Gaston Leval summarises the experience.

Communal Democracy and Liberal Democracy in the Jewish Political Tradition Daniel J. Elazar. Abstract. This article describes the emergence of liberal democracy, then compares and contrasts liberal democracy with communal democracy, showing the latter to be a prior form of democratic self-government. Full text of "India The Road To Self Government" See other formats.


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The commune is a model of government that is generally advocated by communists, revolutionary socialists, and anarchists. The model is often characterized as being a local and transparent organization composed of delegates bound by mandates.

Self-Discipline the First Step toward Self-Government. Political societies and their vari­ous governments have come and gone while man has been advanc­ing his civilization, but the basic problems attendant to human re­lationships continue.

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Communication in the 21st Century 7 Communication is the oldest of the liberal arts, an art for free people engaged in democratic self-government, communal decision making, intellectual inquiry and speculation.

The ancient Greeks called it the art of rhetoric, and they argued over its relationship to knowledge and to. Self-government definition: Self-government is government of a country or region by its own people rather than by | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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But the most important step came in when the famous Ripon Resolution of Local Self-Government, became the basis of local self-government in India. But after Ripon’s governor-generalship local self-government did not receive much encouragement.

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The book has been purely researched from textbooks being taught in schools in the province of Punjab, Pakistan and the state of Maharashtra, India. The book places Indian and Pakistani textbook narratives side-by-side to highlight the contrast between them, and to point to areas of convergence.

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