Common Law and Colonised Peoples: Studies in Trinidad and Western Australia

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Dartmouth Pub., Jan 1, 1997 - Law - 309 pages
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This text assesses the contribution of common law towards the construction of unequal relations of ethnicity and race by studying how legal systems which are derived from the common law operate in the social contexts of Trinidad and Western Australia.

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Contents

THEORY METHODOLOGY AND ALL THAT
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Methodology
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Other Matters
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Copyright

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