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Muslim Civic Cultures and Conflict Resolution: The Challenge of Democratic Federalism in Nigeria (Brookings Series on U.S. Policy Toward the Islamic World) Paperback – October 24, 2005

ISBN-13: 978-0815768173 ISBN-10: 0815768176

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"Paden brings to his book an experience with Nigerian politics dating back to the 1960s and a keen knowledge of personalities and localities." —Allan Christelow, Idaho State University, African Studies Review, 12/1/2006



" Muslim Civic Cultures and Conflict Resolution, which is part of the Brookings series on U.S. policy toward the Islamic world, is an excellent study of how Muslim civic cultures can respond to conflict mediation and resolution." —Akintunde E. Akinade, High Point University, The Muslim World

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John N. Paden is Clarence Robinson Professor of International Studies at George Mason University. He has served as professor of public administration at Ahmadu Bello University (Zaria, Nigeria) and dean, Faculty of Social and Management Sciences, at Bayero University (Kano, Nigeria). His previous books include Religion and Political Culture in Kano (University of California, 1974), winner of the Melville J. Herskovits Prize.


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