Betrayed Trust. Africans and the State in Colonial Natal


The relationship between Africans and the state in colonial Natal revolved around land.In essence,the traditional homestead economy could not survive without the unrestricted access to land on which it was based.The colonial presence,in assumimg control of the land and removing the option of movement,sounded the death-knell of a finely balanced way of life.”Betrayed Trust”is the first close,scholarly examination of African homestead society in Natal during the colonial period.



Limp pictorial card covers,in fine,clean and sharp condition.Size 9×6 pp 18+216,inc index,bibliography,notes to text,reproduced photographic plates,inc frontispiece,glossary,abbreviations,four two-toned page maps.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unclean) Internaly clean,bright and sharp throughout. A fine–fine as new clean copy.


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