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The Frontiers of Doubt

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Compelling reading of a 300 year old historical dispute. The Frontiers of Doubt is an in-depth analysis and a critical review of the Gibraltar issue by a resident Gibraltarian. The Frontiers of Doubt is an extensive study of many aspects that have led to the perpetuation of the Gibraltar dispute and also examines the side effects that colonialism and economic paternalism have had on the population and how this has influenced their attitude to the problem. F. Oliva has a unique position from which to analyse the situation: born in Gibraltar of Gibraltarian father and Spanish mother.

A book in brilliant condition: front and back cover free from blemishes and spine free from any noticeable signs of wear. Very minor scuffing on corners of cover. Inside, the book is a clean copy, free from all annotation apart from the marking of a date on the first page. Complete inside with black and white photographs.

A fascinating and enlightening read highlighting the specific nature of this historical politically sensitive region of Spain. An interesting read for all those people who enjoy holidaying in the region and are intrigued by the nature of the issues in Gibraltar.

Item details

Author(s):
F. Oliva
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1st
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
511
Publisher:
acento 2000
Title:
A critique of the political system by a Gibraltarian scpetic

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Compelling reading of a 300 year old historical dispute. The Frontiers of Doubt is an in-depth analysis and a critical review of the Gibraltar issue by a resident Gibraltarian. The Frontiers of Doubt is an extensive study of many aspects that have led to the perpetuation of the Gibraltar dispute and also examines the side effects that colonialism and economic paternalism have had on the population and how this has influenced their attitude to the problem. F. Oliva has a unique position from which to analyse the situation: born in Gibraltar of Gibraltarian father and Spanish mother.

A book in brilliant condition: front and back cover free from blemishes and spine free from any noticeable signs of wear. Very minor scuffing on corners of cover. Inside, the book is a clean copy, free from all annotation apart from the marking of a date on the first page. Complete inside with black and white photographs.

A fascinating and enlightening read highlighting the specific nature of this historical politically sensitive region of Spain. An interesting read for all those people who enjoy holidaying in the region and are intrigued by the nature of the issues in Gibraltar.

Author(s):
F. Oliva
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1st
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
511
Publisher:
acento 2000
Title:
A critique of the political system by a Gibraltarian scpetic

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