clientship


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clientship

(ˈklaɪəntʃɪp)
n
the state of being a client
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For additional information on Rwandan history, see, for example, CATHERINE NEWBURY, THE COHESION OF OPPRESSION: CLIENTSHIP AND ETHNICITY IN RWANDA, 1860-1960 (Columbia University Press 1988); ALISON DES FORGES, LEAVE NONE TO TELL THE STORY: GENOCIDE IN RWANDA (New York: Human Rights Watch 1999), available at http://addisvoice.
Antoun, "Ethnicity, Clientship, and Class: Their Changing Meaning" in Richard T.
It also seems that at this time it becomes easier for aristocratic families to gain enormous power and wealth through the system of clientship.