Area Handbook for Ivory Coast

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PUBLISHED AREA HANDBOOKS
550-65 Afghanistan
550-98 Albania
550-44 Algeria
550-59 Angola
550-73 Argentina
550-20 Brazil
550-61 Burma
550-83 Burundi
550-96 Ceylon
550-159 Chad
550-60 China, People's Rep. of
550-63 China, Republic of
550-26 Colombia
550-91 Congo (Brazzaville)
550-67 Congo ( Kinshasa) Zaire
550-90 Costa Rica
550-152 Cuba
550-22 Cyprus
550-158 Czechoslovakia
550-54 Dominican Republic
550-155 East Germany
550-52 Ecuador
550-150 El Salvador
550-28 Ethiopia
550-29 Germany
550-153 Ghana
550-87 Greece
550-78 Guatemala
550-82 Guyana
550-164 Haiti
550-165 Hungary
550-151 Honduras
550-21 India
550-154 Indian Ocean Territories
550-39 Indonesia
550-68 Iran
550-31 Iraq
550-25 Israel
550-69 Ivory Coast
550-30 Japan
550-34 Jordan
550-56 Kenya
550-50 Khmer Rep. ( Cambodia)
550-81 Korea, North
550-41 Korea, Rep. of
550-58 Laos
550-24 Lebanon
550-38 Liberia
550-85 Libya
550-163 Malagasy Rep.
550-45 Malaysia
550-161 Mauritania
550-79 Mexico
550-76 Mongolia
550-49 Morocco
550-64 Mozambique
550-35 Nepal, Bhutan and Sikkim
550-88 Nicaragua
550-157 Nigeria
550-94 Oceania
550-48 Pakistan
550-46 Panama
550-156 Paraguay
550-92 Peripheral States of the Arabian Peninsula
550-42 Peru
550-72 Philippines
550-162 Poland
550-160 Romania
550-84 Rwanda
550-51 Saudi Arabia
550-70 Senegal
550-86 Somalia
550-93 South Africa, Rep. of
550-95 Soviet Union
550-27 Sudan
550-47 Syria
550-62 Tanzania
550-53 Thailand
550-89 Tunisia
550-80 Turkey
550-74 Uganda
550-43 United Arab Republic
550-97 Uruguay
550-71 Venezuela
550-57 Vietnam, North
550-55 Vietnam, South
550-99 Yugoslavia
550-75 Zambia

*U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1973 O-541-134 (PO-5)

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Foreword iii
  • Table of Contents v
  • Preface to the Second Edition ix
  • Country Summary xi
  • Summary of Events: January 1963--December 1972 xv
  • Bibliography lvii
  • Preface to the First Edition lxv
  • Section I. Sociological Background 1
  • Chapter 1 General Character of the Society 1
  • Chapter 2 Historical Setting 7
  • Chapter 3 Geography and Population 29
  • Chapter 4 Ethnic Groups and Languages 55
  • Chapter 5 Family 79
  • Chapter 6 Social Structure 95
  • Chapter 7 Education and Intellectual Expression 111
  • Chapter 8 Religion 131
  • Chapter 9 Artistic Expression 145
  • Chapter 10 Health and Welfare 155
  • Chapter 11 Social Values and Patterns of Living 169
  • Bibliography 179
  • Section II. Political Background 189
  • Chapter 12 Constitution and Government 189
  • Chapter 13 Political Dynamics 213
  • Chapter 14 Foreign Policy 231
  • Chapter 15 Information and Propaganda 251
  • Chapter 16 Attitudes and Reactions of the People 265
  • Bibliography 273
  • Section III. Economic Background 283
  • Chapter 17 Character and Structure of the Economy 283
  • Chapter 18 Agriculture 289
  • Chapter 19 Industry 309
  • Chapter 20 Labor 331
  • Chapter 21 Domestic and Foreign Trade 349
  • Chapter 22 Financial System 367
  • Bibliography 387
  • Section IV. National Security 395
  • Chapter 23 Public Order and Internal Security 395
  • Chapter 24 the Armed Forces 411
  • Bibliography 427
  • Glossary 431
  • Index 437
  • Published Area Handbooks 449
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