Aghas and Hodjas
This chapter studies how the consular assessment of the local elites was later adopted by higher Ottoman officials as they implemented a westernist theory of centralized bureaucratic government. As a result, both officials and consuls during the late nineteenth century were continually surprised to find that the local elites were able to manipulate, and even challenge, the central government at the local level.
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