The conclusion provides an overview of the argument of the book, and raises doubts about whether the hegemony of the law can ever be avoided. The conclusion suggests that at the intersection of law, governance and the minority claimant, arises a particularly important imperative to be vigilant regarding the potential for hegemony over and against the interests of minorities.
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