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Politics and Change among the Baluch in Iran

@inproceedings{Salzman2008PoliticsAC,
  title={Politics and Change among the Baluch in Iran},
  author={Philip Carl Salzman},
  year={2008}
}
There are two constitutional political formations in Iranian Baluchistan. One is the tribe, which is the ultimate kin group to which loyalty is owed (Salzman 2000: Ch. 11). The other is the hakomate, a complex formation consisting of a small ruling elite, settled peasantry, and nomads, and which is integrated on bases other than loyalty (Salzman 1978a). I call the tribe and the hakomate “constitutional,” because each sets the basic rules within which its members operate. For example, the tribe…