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A Theory of Conflict

on BBC Radio 3

A new book by BRIAN CROZIER examines the necessity for the State and the inevitability of rebellion against it. It raises the issues of the apparently irreconcilable conflict between the individual and the society in which he lives and the way this conflict is formalised and institutionalised.
LAURENCE MARTIN , Professor of War Studies at King's College. London, discusses the questions arising from the book with the author and with PHILIP WINDSOR , Reader in International Relations at the London School of Economics.
Producer GREVtLLEHAVENHAND followed by an interlude

Contributors

Book By:
Brian Crozier
Unknown:
Laurence Martin
Reader:
Philip Windsor

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