Indigenous Political Systems of Western Malaya

@article{Leach1959IndigenousPS,
  title={Indigenous Political Systems of Western Malaya},
  author={Edmund Ronald Leach and John Michael Gullick},
  journal={British Journal of Sociology},
  year={1959},
  volume={10},
  pages={78}
}
An analysis of the political organization of the traditional government of the Malay Sultans before the introduction of British rule in 1874. 
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