A guide to the contemporary Commonwealth

  title={A guide to the contemporary Commonwealth},
  author={W. David Mcintyre},
List of Tables Preface Introduction PART I: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES Origins and Meanings Dominion Status and the 1926 Declaration Republics and the 1949 Declaration The Secretariat and the 1971 Declaration PART II: SHADOWS OF DECOLONISATION UDI and the Crisis of the 1960s Apartheid and the Crisis of the 1980s PART III: SYMBOLIC COMMONWEALTH The Head of the Commonwealth The Logo, the Venue, and the Argot PART IV: POLITICAL COMMONWEALTH Membership At the Summit: Chogms Ethos, Values, and the 1991… 
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