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In terms of order, justice, and the opportunity for civil and political rights, it is important to emphasise the salient distinction between authoritarian regimes and totalitarian regimes. An authoritarian government, however harsh, permits a significantly greater degree of political, economic, social, cultural, educational, religious, and artistic diversity than a totalitarian state. In a totalitarian state, the one-party regime not only determines the political structure, but makes or attempts to make all significant legal, economic, social, and educational decisions.
Ethnic background, kinship affiliation, and traditional residence patterns still play a role even within the urban context and indeed may provide the basis for organizations which appear at first sight to be essentially Westem. 1 This is another way of saying that the colonial experience in most instances has resulted in only a thin veneer of Western concepts and values, even among the so-called Westemised elite. It could hardly have been otherwise, given the brevity and superficiality of the Western contact compared with the length and depth of the tribal experience.
Kuper Leo, 1969(a). 'Plural societies: perspectives and problems', pp. 7-26 in Kuper, Leo, and Smith, M. G. (eds), Pluralism in Africa (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press). Kuper, Leo, 1969(b). 'Ethnic and racial pluralism: some aspects of polarization and depluralization', pp. G. ). Kuper, Leo, 1970. 'Stratification in plural societies: focus on White settler societies in Africa', pp. : Pittsburgh University Press). Kuper, Leo, 1974. ). , 1976 (eds). Ethnicity in an International Context (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction Books).