The History of Government from the Earliest Times: The intermediate ages, Volume 11

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Oxford University Press, 1997 - Ciencias políticas - 1701 pages
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The second part of this history of government is a true work for the ages, just like the first. The author continues his broad panorama, this time from Byzantium and the islamic Caliphate, to China ... Read full review

Contents

Overview
613
EASTERN EUROPE AND THE MIDDLE EAST
623
The Empire of the Caliphate C 90O
665
Empire
725
The Tang Empire
738
Government Under the Ming 13681644
806
The Feudal Background
855
The Regna
896
Florence and Venice
950
Representative Assemblies
1024
The Meaning of Representation
1032
Three Contrasting Representative Assemblies
1039
The Fate of the Representative Principle
1050
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