Governing Societies: Political Perspectives on Domestic and International Rule

Means, Alex
February 2009
Foucault Studies;Feb2009, Issue 6, p136
Book Review
The article reviews the book "Governing Societies: Political Perspectives on Domestic and International Rule," by Mitchell Dean.


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