Ethiopia: Its People, Its Society, Its Culture

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ETHIOPIA its people its society its culture
George A. LipskyIN COLLABORATION WITH
Wendell Blanchard
Abraham M. Hirsch
Bela C. Maday

Prepared under the auspices of The American University

HRAF PRESS NEW HAVEN

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iv
  • Publisher's Note vii
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xi
  • List of Plates xii
  • List of Tables xiii
  • 1 - The Culture and the Society 1
  • 2 - Historical Setting 5
  • 3 - Geography and Population 28
  • 5 - Social Structure 62
  • 6 - Education 89
  • 7 - Religion 100
  • 8 - Art and Literature 121
  • 9 - Social Values and Patterns of Living 136
  • 10 - Health and Welfare 148
  • 11 - Theory and Structure of Government 169
  • 12 - Political Dynamics 193
  • 13 - Foreign Relations 214
  • 14 - Character of the Economy 233
  • 15 - Agriculture 238
  • 16 - Industry 259
  • 17 - Labor 271
  • 18 - Finance 282
  • 19 - Domestic and Foreign Trade 299
  • 20 - National Attitudes 323
  • Tables 327
  • A Selected Bibliography 341
  • Index 359
  • Index 361
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