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"Although the work focuses on the emergence of party rivalry and national sentiment in the islands of Malta and Gozo, the historical and sociological dimensions complement the political one, as Frendo examines the interaction of society and politics during the colonial period. Thus The Maltese Experience is of interest not only as one of political conflict within the former British Empire -and the development of a two-party system, but is also important as a study of Mediterranean life in general, and t he formation of national character in Malta in particular. It provides the best general account of the origins of Maltese party politics and national identity in the English language." Prof. Frank Coppa, New York. Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism.

Henry Frendo

With Foreword by Professor Dennis Austin, Department of Government, University of Manchester

Published by Midsea Publication

Printed at Interprint (Malta) Ltd

First published in 1979

Second Edition 1991

Copyright © Henry Frendo, 1979

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 7 of 7
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
1991The transformation of a national culture : towards a two party systemFrendo, Henry
1991Old wine in new bottles : political parties and the grant of responsible governmentFrendo, Henry
1991The long road to responsible government : Maltese politics and society under a non-representative constitution 1903-1919Frendo, Henry
1991The nationalist struggle against Strickland’s administration 1899-1902Frendo, Henry
1991Party politics under representative government 1888-1898Frendo, Henry
1991The rise of Maltese nationalism 1880-1888Frendo, Henry
1991Malta in the nineteenth century : fortress, colony or nation?Frendo, Henry; Austin, Dennis
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 7 of 7

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