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’Changing traditions to meet current altering conditions’: Customary Law, African Courts, and the Rejection of Codification in Kenya, 1930-60
(Cambridge University Press, 1999-11)
If the aim of British colonizers, Frederick Lugard wrote, was to civilize Africans ‘and to devote thought to those matters which…most intimately affect their daily life and happiness, there are few of greater importance ...
Momentum shifts in the American electric utility system: Catastrophic change - Or no change at all?
(Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 1996-04)
Wildlife, Science, and the National Parks, 1920-1940
(University of California Press, 1990-05)