Akin to Slavery.Prison labour in South Africa.

In South Africa on any one day there are thousands of black prisoners serving their sentences on white-owned farms.They are foced to work for months and even years at a time for private farmers who are also their jailers.Most of these prisoners have been convicted under the pass laws which control the movement of all Africans over the age of sixteen.This little booklet shows that the substantial usage of prison labour by private individuals and state departments,far from having been a bandoned.Very much “Akin to Slavery”.

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Limp printed covers,in good condition,except that there in an half-circular inprint on the face as if a cup has been stood on it ,but not as a stain.Size 8×6 pp,81,inc,index,various appendixes and references,no plates text only.Hinges strong.Stapled binding tight (suggest unread).No foxing or staining.Iinternally nice and clean throughout. A v/g++fine clean copy.

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