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Dahomey: Between Tradition and Modernity (1975)
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    Comparative Politics (Review)
    Dahomey: Between Tradition and Modernity, by Dov Ronen
    1. Dahomey: Between Tradition and Modernity by Dov Ronen
    American Political Science Review, June 1978, p. 761
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    Recent Books on International Relations (9 Reviews)
    Africa
    1. Kenneth Kaunda of Zambia by Fergus MacPherson
    2. Proletarians and African Capitalism by Richard Sandbrook
    3. The Press as Opposition by Elaine Potter
    4. South Africa in Africa by Sam C. Nolutshungu
    5. The Politics of Race and International Sport by Richard Edward Lapchick
    6. Military Regimes in Africa by William Frank Gutteridge
    7. Dahomey: Between Tradition and Modernity by Dov Ronen
    8. Rhodesia: Racial Conflict or Coexistence? by Patrick O'Meara
    9. China's African Revolution by Alan Hutchison
    Foreign Affairs, October 1975, pp. 199-200
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    Middle East and Africa (10 Reviews)
    Africa's Slaves Today, by Jonathan Derrick
    1. Africa's Slaves Today by Jonathan Derrick
    2. Crisis Decision-Making by Abraham R. Wagner
    3. Dahomey: Between Tradition and Modernity by Dov Ronen
    4. The Emergence of Arab Nationalism by Zeine N. Zeine
    5. Greater Ethiopia by Donald N. Levine
    6. Israel, the Korean War, and China by Michael Brecher
    7. Middle East Oil and the Energy Crisis by Joe Stork
    8. Military Regimes in Africa by William Frank Gutteridge
    9. South Africa in Africa by Sam C. Nolutshungu
    10. Turkey by Edmond Y. Asfour
    Orbis, Summer 1975, pp. 726-727