A history of Nauru
Nauru is a very small, very isolated island with a small indigenous population, yet in 1963 it was making world headlines. Microscopic though its problems were, they seemed typical of those of many emerging countries, and the very limitations of its existence, circumscribing political, economic, social and cultural change, promised to allow me the opportunity to examine such variations at close range without the complication of the many factors which would intrude in larger, more...[Show more]
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