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The Politics of Common Sense? Pointers for Pakistan’s Political Economy. / Khan, Salman.

In: Pakistan Perspectives, Vol. 23, No. 2, 2018.

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Khan, S 2018, 'The Politics of Common Sense? Pointers for Pakistan’s Political Economy', Pakistan Perspectives, vol. 23, no. 2. <https://journal.psc.edu.pk/index.php/pp/article/view/67>

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Khan, S. (2018). The Politics of Common Sense? Pointers for Pakistan’s Political Economy. Pakistan Perspectives, 23(2). https://journal.psc.edu.pk/index.php/pp/article/view/67

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Khan S. The Politics of Common Sense? Pointers for Pakistan’s Political Economy. Pakistan Perspectives. 2018;23(2).

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Khan, Salman. / The Politics of Common Sense? Pointers for Pakistan’s Political Economy. In: Pakistan Perspectives. 2018 ; Vol. 23, No. 2.

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