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Tony Boyd

sovereignty can be appealed to by a state to throw off or reduce the burden of such impositions. Practical state sovereignty can be undermined and even fatally weakened by internal revolt. The consequences for the population of a state when its practical sovereignty fails are usually horrendous. The Lebanese state during the late 1970s and early 1980s, for example, remained the legally sovereign entity for its territory. However

in Understanding political ideas and movements