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The Federal Court was promoted by Sir Garfield Barwick, an obsessive centralist.
These are individuals and groups capable of running the South and participating in Sudanese affairs as much, or even more than Centralists have been doing.
Against well developed regional traditions of guerrilla war and strongly held beliefs in local autonomy, the elite centralists, conservatives, and monarchists failed during the War of the Reform and the French Intervention.
According to the author, the price reform policies were the compromised outcome of the conflicting views of the Centralists, Decentralists, and the Market Reformers in China.