Law and Authority in a Nigerian Tribe:

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DR. C. K. MEEK'S investigations into Nigerian anthropology have for long been recognized as standard works of great value, owing to the eminently sound, practical, common-sense point of view with which he discusses subjects which are too often made the pegs upon which to hang fantastic or doubtful speculative theory. This new book of his does not depart from that high standard which his other works have led us to expect.

Law and Authority in a Nigerian Tribe :

a Study in Indirect Rule. By Dr. C. K. Meek. Pp. xvi + 372. (London, New York and Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1937.) 17s. 6d. net.

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RATTRAY, R. Law and Authority in a Nigerian Tribe:. Nature 140, 826–827 (1937). https://doi.org/10.1038/140826a0

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