Black and White in East Africa. The Fabric of a New Civilization. A study in Social Contract and Adaptation of life in East Africa.

£24.00

The introduction of technical achievments of Western civilization to Africa means that the African mind is faced with a new world.Starting from the pre-European conditions,the book tackles the problems not from the point of view of certain interests,but objectively,like processes of natural history.It weighs the various positions against each other.It balances the representatives of the white world-the planter,the trader,the merchant the missionary,the teacher,the administrator,against the native labourer,the African chief,the peasant,the clerk,the preacher of black stock.

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H/b in nice clean boards,corners bumped,and spine-ends bruised,in a rather tatty worn and torn printed d/w with some loss.Size 9×6 pp XXII+419,inc index,appendix,some small plates as reproduced photographic prints,diagrams in text,various lists and tables.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.No foxing,staining or browning.There is a small Biblioteck lable to the ffe/p and here and there in the text.Otherwise nice and clean throughout.

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